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Natural Light Newborn Photography

Dear Erin,

I hope you enjoyed our time together when we shot your little one’s portraits.  I sure did.  The thing I think I loved most about this session are the little details that we often times forget, but seem to be the first thing to notice when our baby’s are born.  The umbilical cord, the little fingernails that are so soft, the little toes that seem to be spastic more than they are still.  These are things I want to document for you- so you NEVER have to forget them.  I also loved, probably more than the details, the organic smile you gave your baby when I asked you to look down at him.  These moments are real.  I love every second of them.

 

About this Natural Light Newborn Photography Session

When I shoot newborn photography, I love to style my sessions with organic colors that don’t date the session.  It is my belief that colors/clothing are what dates photographs, so when I take your children’s pictures, I want to remove those elements.  I want your pictures to be timeless, classic and beautiful.  I should also mention that all of my sessions have fine art, heirloom pieces, so that you can pass these portraits down to your children, their children and so forth.  Be sure to scroll down below to see highlights from this perfect newborn photography session!!

 

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Alison Winterroth is a Tampa, FL professional photographer, specializing in modern newbornmaternity , intimate maternity and family photography. She photographs families out of a gorgeous natural light studio in Tampa and does on location outdoor sessions. Her style has been described as light, airy and organic. She has a very natural style that fits today’s modern family. Her sessions concentrate on natural family interactions and love.

Alison serves the Tampa Bay area as well as St. Petersburg, Clearwater, South Tampa, New Tampa, Lakeland, Brandon, Sarasota, and surrounding areas.

 

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