Welcome to the world baby Vin. You may be the luckiest little boy to get a family that you were born into. I cannot say how much I love working with this family. I see them a few times a year and they are so nice and down to Earth it makes working with them a breeze. His older brother Glenn was anxiously awaiting his arrival and kissed his mama’s tummy many times a day.
Baby Vin was born two weeks early and surprised us all with his early arrival. His mama, Krystal, didn’t even have time to finish picking her maternity pictures before he made his debut. You can check out his mama’s beautiful vintage/ lifestyle inspired maternity photo shoot taken in their charming home in Berlin, NJ in a previous blog- http://salwachphotography.com/photographer-in-south-jersey-krystals-maternity-berlin-nj/
For newborn portraits, I have a studio set up in my home that is convenient and makes taking photos easy. I am located in Sicklerville, NJ. I get great natural light in that room, but I also have equipment and light stands so that I can take photos any time of the day if the weather is not cooperating for us. I also travel to South Jersey newborns homes for their pictures if that is preferable for the new mommy and daddy. For newborn home sessions, I require that there is a large enough space for all of my equipment and a room that is very well lite. It is also great if the room has flat floors such as wood or tile. This is for the pictures taken in baskets and buckets. I suggest booking at least a month in advance to make sure I have enough room in my schedule. I hope to see you soon for your newborn photos!
Does anyone else swoon over detail shots like I do? Look at how perfect these tiny lips are!
As you guys all know by now, I love making my own props! I made this grey romper a few weeks before Vin’s birth and he was the first little boy to try it on! This photo was also a special one to both mommy and me as his brother’s newborn photos have a similar one. I can’t wait to see them side by side on top of the fireplace in their home. These moments make this job the most rewarding. Seeing the final product printed is the ultimate reward.