Newborn Session Color Palette
Coordinating a newborn session color palette is very important in my studio. I find that when a session is color coordinated, wall galleries and albums have a cohesive look that I just love. So, I encourage my clients to think outside the box on where they may find their color inspiration. Some use Pinterest mood boards. Others use decorating magazines or a favorite pillow. And, still others use the baby’s nursery or a favorite shirt. I love the challenge of creating beautiful custom sets based on my clients’ color inspiration.
When Norah’s mama wanted me to create a Spring Color Palette, I was excited by the challenge! I decided to go with a purple, yellow, blue, and pink theme that screamed Spring. I collected pieces that were full of fun, whimsy, and texture. I thoroughly enjoyed photographing Norah, who was just a tiny babe. I also loved creating matching, cohesive products for them.
This is one of my all-time favorite sessions and I just had to share it with your readers!
Equipment used: Nikon D610, Nikkor 50 1.8
Jennifer Willard Photography specializes in newborn, baby and children’s photography in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. Clients love her use of texture and bold color to create beautiful portraits of their favorite people. See her website here.
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