New born photography

Photographing baby Jude

Perhaps one of the best times to photograph new born babies is when they are five to ten days old in any event I prefer it to be within the first two weeks of birth. At this age, they are more likely to curl up in “womb-like” poses; they stay asleep longer, don’t mind being unclothed, and usually have their feeding schedules set to at least every two hours. Of course I’m also happy to photograph babies older than two weeks; indeed many parents want them when they are older, when they are likely to be more active and less likely to be sleeping.

Below are some baby photos of Jude taken when he was a little over two weeks.

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Studio Baby Portraits Braintree

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Baby Portrait Photography Braintree

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Black & White Baby Portraits

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Beautiful Black & White Baby Portrait

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Modern Baby Photography

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Beatiful Black & White Baby Photography

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Gorgeous Baby Photography






Tony is the owner of Tony Sale Photography a much sought after wedding and portrait photographer based in Essex. He is known for his particular style of putting couples at ease and of mixing traditional, documentary and artistic genres to ensure the perfect capture of your special day.
He is also a great lover of coffee so if you fancy discussing your wedding or portrait photography over an Americano, Flat White, Skinny Latte or whatever else is going do get in touch – phone 01787 474923 or email

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