My little studio is located in Abu Dhabi but we still offer Dubai Baby Photography sessions. Recently I photographed an extremely handsome baby boy and his family. His big brother was an absolute delight to photograph. The sibling image is the most difficult for a photographer to capture. I usually advise clients to bring an extra family member to help entertain the sibling. The studio becomes very hot and the session can take up to 3 hours. This can be very boring for a child so we do have facilities close by that they can explore. Depending the age of the sibling will determine how we photograph them with the baby. Sometimes it will be done as a composite, or Catherine, my assistant will help support the baby. Keeping the baby wrapped makes it easier for the brother or sister to hold them. It also means we can leave the diaper on so there are no accidents, that could potentially upset the child.
I loved the colour scheme that Casen’s parents chose for his Dubai baby photography session. We have photographed a lot of baby blues lately so it made a great change to use deeper colours that suited him perfectly. Choosing the grey meant I was able to use one of my stunning rugs from Luneberry. Virtually every session I use the adorable teddy bears. The grey one here is from Newborn Baby Posing.
Casen had a very cute birth mark on his cheek. I am a strong believer and very conscious that while editing I do not remove anything that is permanent to the baby. Marks caused by the birth, baby spots or discolouring will be reduced in the editing process to make them less visible, as they will be completely gone a few weeks after birth. I will also take the advice of the parents, it is them that will proudly be displaying my work.
Please enjoy the images from this Dubai baby photography session.
Jillian Greenhill Photography is a Dubai baby photographer located in Abu Dhabi, UAE. Jill creates quality timeless images of your babies, newborn moments and all the days in between. Serving Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Al Ain and surrounding communities.