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Cute newborn baby photos | Newborn Photographer in Tampa

Newborn Photography in Tampa

Welcome! I am Rachel, a Tampa newborn photographer specializing in fine art newborn photography.

Isn’t she precious? Sweet little Adeline was beautiful and slept like a dream! Mom and Dad brought her in for a newborn fine art session just a few days after she was born—which is the perfect time to do newborn photos! I prefer to photograph babies when they’re between six and twenty days old. If you're looking for a newborn photographer near you, I would love to help you plan out a session for your new bundle of joy.

Baby girl in white swaddle asleep in wooden heart bowl

newborn with pink hat sleeping in basket and holding pink teddy bear

You wouldn’t believe how fast these little ones grow and change! That’s why it’s so important to get them in shortly after birth so we can capture that flawless complexion, those sweet lips and tiny fingers. Of course, getting baby in within that ideal time frame also means booking early. If you’re expecting, don’t wait to get on our newborn schedule!

In my photography studio I have everything you would need for your newborn session! I provide all the props, head bands, and wraps we will need for your sweet little baby.

Newborn girl in pink swaddle and floral headband holding knitted teddy bear

Baby girl in white with hands folded under her chin

newborn girl asleep on pink backdrop in Tampa, FL photography studio

Mom and Dad loved snuggling with Adeline. As a newborn photographer, I know there’s nothing more precious than the bond between you and your new baby, and I love being able to record that love! You can see that this baby girl was super cuddly and loved to be swaddled.

Mother holding baby girl

Father kissing Mother while holding their newborn baby girl

parents holding newborn daughter

Mother and father smiling down at their new baby

Timeless and beautiful newborn photography

My style of newborn portraiture is simple and timeless. I don’t like to clutter things up with too many props—instead, I want to focus on what’s important. You and your baby! We chose some cute headbands and just one or two props for Adeline’s newborn session so we could keep the attention where it belonged. As you can see, it was perfect!