Posed Newborn Photography: Using Props
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A Lesson with Emily Hodge
Newborn photography does not have to be scary or overwhelming. In this lesson, Emily will show you four different posed newborn setups with simple props (a box, bucket and bowl) and how she utilizes soft natural light to give her images the perfect final touch!
"Photography is the story I fail to put into words."
– Destin Sparks
Emily describes herself as a lover of adventure, dogs, sunshine, mountains, and fresh air. She bought her first camera, a canon rebel, after her son was born in 2013. "I spent so many hours staring at my little miracle, taking so many pictures because I wanted to preserve every amazing little bit of him." Her passion for small subjects grew even more after the birth of daughter, Selah in 2014. Becoming a mother was the reason her love of photography began to blossom. Capturing the raw beauty and innocence of children is a total rush! Her style is described as rustic, organic, and moody. She also works part time as a registered nurse for home health and hospice and is an affiliate photographer with Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep. Emily lives in New Castle, Colorado with her husband and two wild children, Noah and Selah.