- A variety of backdrops
- A sturdy backdrop stand
- Posing bean bag
- Space heater
- Electric blanket
- Lots of hats, headbands, fur rugs, definitely a cool bird nest
- Some cute baskets, bowls and other props to place the baby SAFELY in (safety first people, and always have someone with you to keep hands on the baby at all times!)
- Plenty of towels and washcloths for propping the baby (cloth diapers work great!)
- A hamper to store away any "accidents"
- Studio lighting for days when you can't get the perfect natural light shot
- Plenty of seating for the parents
- Water and soda stocked fridge for the parents
- A children's play area for big sisters/brothers to stay occupied
Beautiful Photo Props
Website: Laugh & Grow Press
Today we're going to talk a little about photography. As a budding photographer (well, as someone who really just LOVES to take photos of any and everything!) I am always going that little "extra" to learn about the best new (and old) cameras, lenses, camera bags, etc....must-haves for any photographer.
So let's start with the camera....
(photos courtesy of Canon)
I have always been partial to the Canon series. That was my first camera and so I've become comfortable with it :) I currently have the Canon EOS Rebel T3i....the hubby surprised me with it for Christmas last year and I absolutely LOVE it. I love that's it's easy to use and that it has an expanded ISO range so I get great shots in ANY light. I can shoot video in full HD which I couldn't do with my previous DSLR. I love that it has a high resolution flip out Vari-Angle 3.0 inch clear view LCD monitor, it really comes in handy when photographing or filming myself. This is just the perfect camera and one that will be with me for a long time.
Let's talk lens. My favorite lens for portraits is the Canon EF 50mm 1.8 STM which gives a perfect balance of clarity and background blur. I also love the Canon EF 40mm f/2.8 STM lens. This lens is ultra-lightweight and slim, nice and compact in size and delivers not only great photos but is AMAZING when used to shoot HD video.
(Images courtesy of Canon and Amazon)