Not getting enough of the tips that you come across to click maternity photography? Here are some ideas that will make you confident to pose for pictures if you are the mom-to-be.
While there are a lot of poses that a soon-to-be mom can strike, what matters most is her comfort level and her willingness to involve fully in the photo shoot rather than posing for a picture. Cradling the bump with one hand on top and the other in the bottom, with the mom-to-be looking at the bump is quite popular. As simple as it sounds, the picture discretely conveys a lot about the feeling attached to the special event in a woman’s life.
Make sure that you go in for a manicure if you would like to pose with your hands on your growing bump. We do not want uneven or yellowish nails staring back at us from the photograph!
Cradling the baby bump, with the foot near the photographer a hair forward and a slight turn of your body provides a stunning effect.
Play with color. Most women prefer to wear very light colored clothes during pregnancy. Choose to wear very comfortable but bright hues while on maternity photoshoot to get excellent results.
If deciding to have your maternity photoshoot outdoors, plan to click the pictures early in the morning while the sunlight is yet mild or in the late afternoons. This is the time when the sunlight looks best on skin. And don’t forget to dab on some sunscreen!
Many moms love to remember how they (or rather their bellies) looked while they were carrying. Many love to pose for the ‘bare belly’ picture. While going for this pose try for some pictures of clicking just be belly peeking (from behind a tree, a door or the dad-to-be). It conveys a lot aesthetically.
Finally try and get the dad and siblings (if there are) while planning for your maternity photo shoot to emphasis on your growing family. Happy clicking!
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