Nicole Caldwell

In Home Newborn Photography

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We specialize in ready to hang art for your home.  Taking the guesswork out of where to print, spending the time looking for a frame, or having images stuck in electronic form.

This was on location in the clients home.  For newborns we recommend shooting within the first two weeks.  They sleep most of the time, and you are able to capture those sweet images of feet, hands. Temperature must be very warm, and they like to be swaddled.

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This image was shot on film, and the final images was printed on canvas.

 

 

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