Little Family | Lifestyle Newborn Session Cumming, GA + Indoor Shooting Tips

That feeling when you walk in and it just feels like “home”, that’s the feeling I got when I walked into the Little’s Home. Beautiful creamy shiplap walls from wall to wall with the most beautiful complementing neutral warm colors. I absolutely adored this session. I love seeing a family just ooh and awe of there sweet new baby and the Little’s did just that and sweet grandma was there to help us too!

 

Scroll to the end for some tips on shooting indoor family sessions:)little_brittanysweat-135.jpglittle_brittanysweat-73.jpg

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Shooting indoors isn’t always challenging!┬áHeres 3 tips for best light:

1. Shoot with the light behind the couple as much as you can. This allows for that soft glow behind them and no harsh shadows on their faces. For the bedroom images, my camera was set to 500ISO,2.0,1/80th with my 35mm on.

2. Use natural reflectors! Her bedspread was white so it instantly popped some light on her face when she was lying down with the baby.

3. Look for blank walls as your backdrop ( you don’t want distracting things in your images!)

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