Category Archives: Newborn

Chattanooga Newborn Photographer – Sweet Baby Carolina

I may be a Chattanooga newborn photographer, but sometimes my clients come from further away.  Miss Carolina traveled from Dunlap to visit me!  I am so, so grateful that she did, too!  She was just such a precious baby girl.  Actually, their whole family is just fantastic!  Her big brother might be one of the sweetest […]

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What to expect during your newborn session – Chattanooga newborn photography

Newborn photography is a special discipline within portraiture that not every photographer can do well – it is about so much more than a technical knowledge of photography and lighting and having the right equipment.  It requires patience and confidence.  It requires an intimate understanding of a newborn’s world – and the world they’ve spent […]

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Chattanooga Newborn Photographer – There’s Something About First-Time Parents

To say I love my job as a Chattanooga newborn photographer is an understatement.  I love the sounds babies make and the way they smell.  I love watching them startle reflexively and I love the little faces they make when they’re dreaming.  I love their furry little bodies and their newness.  I love their parents […]

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Chattanooga Newborn Photographer – Lennon and Lawson’s Twin Newborn Session

I’m absolutely giddy to introduce you to Lawson (the little guy with the dreamy smile) and his 6-minute-older big sister, Lennon!  I am still prone to goosebumps when I recall their birth!  Because they were teeny and a bit early, both kiddos had to spend a little time in the NICU but were none the worse […]

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Newborn Photographer in Chattanooga – When Hopes Are Filled

My family is, in my eyes, complete with 4 kiddos.  However, that doesn’t keep me from longing to hold a sweet-smelling babe in my arms for just a little while.  It doesn’t mean I’m impervious to the dreamy milk coma smiles and the soft downy fuzz on their soft, delicate heads.   I usually get […]

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Chattanooga Newborn Photographer – Identical Twin Boys!

I don’t know how many sets of twins I’ve photographed since becoming a newborn photographer in Chattanooga, but it’s quite a few.  Maybe it’s because I have endless patience or because I have a set of twins myself, but I absolutely love working with multiples!  However, in all of that time, this is my very […]

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The Little Sister – Chattanooga Newborn Photographer

We are so professionally fortunate to have such a strong, supportive and friendly network of photographers in Chattanooga.  When a fellow Chattanooga newborn photographer, Jennifer of  Wilkerson Photography, was expecting her third baby, she was so kind as to refer clients to us during her maternity leave.  I’m not sure, actually, if there is a […]

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A Weekend of Saving – Our Thanks to You

 THANK YOU. This past year, we, as a studio group, have had so much to be thankful for. We’ve grown as a team and opened our beautiful, cozy studio space, and we’ve expanded our client family. We’ve seen our existing clients grow their families and enjoyed our relationships with each and every one of you. […]

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What to Expect During Your Newborn Session – Chattanooga Newborn Photography

Newborn photography is a special discipline within portraiture that not every photographer can do well – it is about so much more than a technical knowledge of photography and lighting and having the right equipment.  It requires patience and confidence.  It requires an intimate understanding of a newborn’s world – and the world they’ve spent […]

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Roman Hamilton: 8 Days New | Chattanooga Newborn Photographer

Newborns are amazing little people with incredibly distinct personalities.  Sweet little Roman is no exception; he was extremely relaxed and easy-going, content to be warm and snuggled.  I just love his hair and his long little monkey toes.  I couldn’t get enough of his precious expressions and perfectly formed features! I was blessed to be […]

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