Monthly Archives: July 2010

Up for Anything | Long Island Maternity Photographer | September Blue Photography

This beautiful mama to be was up for anything – including  braving the waters of this huge pond.    I just found out last night that her baby girl arrived on Friday so I figured I’d better hurry up and blog her maternity before the newborn session!  See you soon T!



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Noah | Long Island Newborn Photographer | September Blue Photography

Love his name.  Loved his chubbiness even more!  And his mom was tiny – you should’ve seen her!  They are such an adorable family and I loved hanging out with them while I captured their gorgeous new little boy.

The umbilical cord stump.  It’s the newborn tag….  Like when you go to the store and buy something new, you bring it home and it has the tags on it.   I see the  umbilical cord stump on an 8 day old baby and I think… wow… brand new… and there’s the proof.    There it is… a life… new, with tags. =)

A  clean, fresh process (my usual) paired with a black backdrop makes for a timeless image:

Look at those cheeks!

I love when newborns just relax into this pose… it’s so natural and candid… reminds me of the way my own babies slept when they were newborns.

So comfy and cozy…

A happy, sleepy newborn is always a goal for me at a newborn session but I love capturing a happy, calm, awake newborn… especially one with eyes like this – priceless!

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Dream Newborn | Long Island Newborn Photographer | September Blue Photography

Baby G was just one of those babies that sleeps through the entire session, barely makes a fuss or a mess, and gives you just about every single pose you could ask for and then some – a dream newborn session.   There isn’t much that needs to be said about this session and these images… if a photo is worth a thousand words, it wouldn’t make much sense if I went on and on about them right? =)  Enjoy her newborn sweetness!

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