Newborn Photographer Boston | Boston Baby Photographer

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The baby boom continues at Paula Swift Photography…not sure what happened 9-10 months ago, but the Boston area is booming with new babies. Its been so much fun meeting all these new families. This little girl was one of the smiliest ( is that a word?) ones I have photographed yet. So adorable and with every deep breath of sleep she would smile. Love it!!! Mom brought some of her cute hats in that went perfectly with their session. Here are some favorites from their studio newborn photography session.
Remember if you are looking for those sleepy newborn poses its best to book while you are pregnant , so your precious new baby can be photographed under 2 weeks of age. The older they are the harder they are to get them asleep during their session.

 

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Don’t forget if you are looking for a Metrowest Boston area Photographer and Studio or in home newborn photography session to contact Paula Swift Photography while you are pregnant to get on our newborn portrait session schedule. This is a loose date that will most likely be moved around. This helps us not to over book a particular week(s) with unpredictable newborns. We love to capture new babies under 2 weeks of age whenever possible to get them in sleepy and cuddly poses. Please www.paulaswift.com to book your Newborn Photography Session. I look forward to meeting and photographing your new baby soon! You can view more unique newborn photography sessions here on our blog by scrolling down to the categories area. We love any comments you may have on our blog too!

12 thoughts on “Newborn Photographer Boston | Boston Baby Photographer

  1. Paula, You did such a great job of photographing my new God daughter 🙂 I love looking at all of the photos. Thanks for your amazing work!

  2. That is so rare to get a smile out of a newborn! Your lighting is fantastic—- I see so many flat lit newborns that leave them looking washed out—- I love how the light falls off and gives baby real dimension.

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