Holden’s Newborn Session

Baby Holden was 2 weeks old when we came into the studio for his newborn session. When newborns arrive at the studio it usually takes some time to get them calm and sleeping. Newborn sessions are not to be rushed, they take time and the results are more than worth it. When you book a newborn session with me you will receive information on what to expect during our time together. You can book your newborn session here. If you have any questions regarding newborn sessions feel free to contact me.

Holden’s Newborn Session was a petite session and it came with 3 set ups. Newborn Sessions include multiple styled set ups with the use of all Chelsie Renae Photography’s props, headbands and blankets. I only use simplistic props and neutral tones with newborns because they’re perfect as they came into this world, and I don’t want to add any distractions from the beauty of a newborn baby. Holden’s newborn session was beautiful in calming blues and earth tones. These timeless images will be special for his family to have as a reminder of this milestone in their life. To view more newborn sessions check out the newborn gallery.

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2017-11-24_0013.jpgMy goal with every newborn session is to create timeless photos with natural colors and beautiful textures with all the focus being on your newborn.
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2017-11-24_0015.jpgThere is something so sweet about swaddling up a newborn baby in soft blankets and letting them curl up in a vintage bucket. It shows how small all their little sweet features are compared to this big world.
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2017-11-24_0017.jpgChelsie Renae Photography is located in Nunda, New York.  Chelsie Renae Photography offers custom portraits in Rochester, New York and surrounding areas. Chelsie specializes in Newborn Photography and capturing Family Milestones in natural settings. Through Chelsie Renae Photography you will have a story of these special moments of your life forever. Come share your family story with me and book your session today.

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