Newborn Photography Sessions - Care and Safety
The newborn stage is a precious time. When it's over, it's gone without warning and leaves parents wistfully trying to remember exactly how that left ear folded over slightly, or how long her fingers really were at birth. That's where newborn photography comes in. Photographing your baby's first week of life immortalizes all those details before they vanish forever.
Working with newborns requires skill, patience, and tender care. Sara Melone is an award-winning photographer, artist, and wholistic health care practitioner specializing in pregnancy, birth, and postpartum care. A mother of three who is trained in newborn safety and psychology, she has worked with newborns and families for nearly 20 years, and considers it her calling.
Any Kissa Photography employee photographing or assisting with a newborn shoot undergoes the same rigorous training to ensure your baby is handled with the utmost care. In fact, some of the poses you see are composite images completed in stages to ensure complete safety all times. Because a newborn's immune system is fragile, we pay particular attention to hygiene and cleanliness. Props, blankets, towels, and hands are always sanitized before they come in contact with your baby.