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Newborn Photography Mentoring & Tutorials

There are so many various classes on youtube, on google searches or social media. In fact we are a society of wanting to binge learn as much as we can. My name is Kathryn and I’ve been specializing in posed newborn photography in the Edmonton area for 10 years now. It’s hard to believe that its gone by so quickly!

But now I get to have fun by sharing my knowledge with others. I have a very practical approach to teaching and have gained many tips and tricks to put to good use during sessions. Sessions aren’t only focused on when baby arrives, but long before they step through those studio doors!

I teach a large variety of newborn photography tutorials on my own Youtube Channel MomTog Educate. This channel has given me a huge creative outlet that I was able to poor my time and energy into during some difficult months. In the process of teaching on Youtube I was able to gain thousands of followers wanting to learn more! As I got busy with my sessions, and spending less time on my channel, I realized how much I missed it! So I decided to launch a very simple and easy workshop that was split into separate videos on each pose. These poses flowed from one to the next, allowing you as the student to have a complete workflow.

Newborn Photography workflows are one of the hardest things to accomplish as there are so many poses out there on pinterest and the internet that we feel like we need to do EVERY single one of them during each session. But the truth is, we don’t! What you need are a few poses on fabric and a few props, and then to finish off with family.

Over the years and offering proofing galleries to my clients, I’ve been able to see that most clients will fill half of their choices with Family poses. They want those memories with their new baby. So if you are mainly focused on a million newborn poses and not many family poses, you are truly missing out on one of the most important parts of your job!

I’m going to share with you some of the basic poses of a newborn workflow!

I’m going to Link all of my tutorials for you here:

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Newborn Side sleeper pose

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Chin on Hands Pose

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Natural Wrap Tutorial or (Egg wrap)

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Potato Wrap Tutorial

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Base Wrap Tutorial

Bucket Pose

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Bed Pose

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Dad and Mother Parent Posing

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If you’d like to get more details on newborn photography workshops, mentoring or tutorials feel free to join my Free Facebook Group: MomTog Educate

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  • […] At my cozy newborn photography studio located in Edmonton Alberta (well actually closer to Leduc Alberta) nice and close to the Edmonton International Airport and new Casino, Costco and Outlet mall I have focused on for the past 4 years doing the same workflow for every newborn session. Yes I do incorporate new poses and new props into my newborn photography sessions BUT I still keep the same workflow for every client. This allows me to know at what point I need to either speed things up or skip something to keep my session on track. I’m also able to seamlessly transition from what pose to another. When you decide what poses you want to really get a grasp of, check out some of my tutorials below! You can also get a great idea for what those poses look like in my blog post here: https://raynedropphotography.com/newborn-photography-mentoring-tutorials/ […]ReplyCancel

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