Harness the Power of Natural Light
Choose a room with ample natural light, ideally one with large windows. The softness of daylight creates a dreamy and ethereal effect. Clear any obstructions from windows to allow as much light in as possible.
Declutter the Space
Remove any unnecessary items or distractions. A clean and minimalist environment is best. It not only makes it easier for the photographer to maneuver but also brings the attention solely to your newborn. Move extra small furniture from the room.
Ensure Comfortable Temperatures
Babies can get cold quickly, especially if they'll be in minimal clothing. Before the shoot, make the room cozy and warm, but not overly hot. This helps in keeping the baby relaxed and comfortable. I some situation we can use portable heater. Typically, a room temperature of around 77-80°F (25-27°C) is recommended.
Prep a Relaxation Station
Set up a corner of the room with essentials like diapers, wipes, a change of clothes, and feeding necessities. This 'relaxation station' ensures that everything is on hand for quick breaks during the shoot.