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Top 5 Creative Newborn Beanbag Poses To Consider

Are you seeking some encouragement for your infant posing on the beanbag? We talked to a professional newborn photographer in Cincinnati regarding some examples of all the diverse poses you can incorporate into your beanbag workflow. Here is what he has to say:


The Side Lay Pose:

You may have a newborn baby that’s a little older or simply one who does not like to be posed. This is where a side lay pose can come to the rescue. It’s a posture that most infants are comfortable with and versatile enough to show off any outfit you may have such as hats and headbands. Your photographers can play with the angles to get more variety.


The Tushie Up Pose:

This is yet another newborn beanbag post that most infants and parents love! Infants usually feel glad being in tucked in a posture like this. To make the most of this pose ensure that baby’s elbows and knees are as close together as feasible.


The Taco Pose:

This posture is named as such because your infant is basically folded in half like a taco! It’s possibly the finest posture to exemplify just how flexible infants are in those first days after birth. It’s also a sweet memory of pregnancy for mommy because this looks like the position that her child assumed while inside her abdomen.


Top Down Poses:

Looking down at your newborn with your camera will offer you with the opportunity to shot a wide range of sleepy infant poses. Whether the infant is wrapped, tucked in a blanket, or just slackly posed and allowed to do his own yawns and stretches, these portraits are certain to pull at the heartstrings of any parent. Due to the shock reflex present in newborns, it is not always the simplest pose to do, so be certain that your baby is deeply asleep, or fold in their small hands in a blanket or wrap.


Chin on Wrist Pose:

Not all infants are comfortable to give this pose! But when they do, believe me, they produce beautiful images that look utterly cute. There’re numerous variations of this pose, both in regards of head & hand position, but also in that moving around the infant with your camera confining diverse angles will provide a multitude of different looks.



Last but not least, no matter how skilled you are in photography, you always need the helping hand of a professional newborn photographer to capture some amazing photos of your new angel. Call Jill Mathews Photography to enjoy high-quality newborn babies photography in Cincinnati. Book a session now!

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