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Here is a Newborn Photography Tutorial and Tips. You’ll learn what items are useful for easy basic posing. How to compose a shot in different ways? What Lens and aperture to use for newborn shoot? How to look for indoor light and what kind of newborn props you can use?

Stay tuned for Newborn Photography Posing Behind the Scene Video

Please check out my video on How to Edit Newborn Pictures in Lightroom.

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Equipment used in this video

DSLR Nikon D7000 Nikon D3s Nikon D600
Lenses Nikon 50mm 1.8G Nikon 85mm f1.8
Flash Nikon SB700
Trigger – Pocket Wizard Flex TT5 and Pocket Wizard Mini FlexT


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  1. MM studios says:

    Which softbox important for this shoot

  2. Really enjoyed the video, learnt so much in a short space of time. Looking forward to the next video.

  3. CeCe says:

    I have a Nikon D810 camera & a Nikkor AFS 50mm 1.4G prime lens. Is this a good lens for newborn baby shoot?
    Also what was the dimensions (width & length) of doll bed?
    By the was great tutorial👍🏾💯

  4. Hey men , i love ur work and u r great on explaining thx

  5. michael b says:

    Hi, are you still doing videos? I don't see any new ones which is why I'm asking. Thanks

  6. will 35 mm prime lens OK ….

    or should i go to 50 mm lens

  7. I am always a fan of Jibran . The way you shoot and explain the stuff is really helpful to execute in real field much appreciated for your seamless effort . Good job bro.

  8. Clara Kuo says:

    Do you get any connection with the babies themselves, you sort of glibly talk about how the babies should be fed and talk about baby crying with some disdain but don't acknowledge that these things do happen. You seem more concerned about your time than photographing your subject. I mean seriously you have to have better strategies than that to help soothe the baby or keep your main subject comfortable! A baby should be fed but that is not the only reason for a baby crying. PLUS in some instances, if you get mom's permission ahead of time, mom nursing can be a photo opportunity or you can still have mom covered and photograph babies feet or hands.

  9. Kt Vivacious says:

    o.k. I am going crazy on the "Prime Lens" issue!!  Every time I watch a video about them with Baby photography I see the Photographer actually using Zoom lenses???? WHY?? What specific lenses are these lenses they are using? I understand that they ALL talk about Prime lenses. However I thought ALL prime lenses were fixed.? Is there such a thing as a zoom prime lens? I am sorry but I am REALLY trying to learn as much as I can. I would like to be successful. I keep seeing in these videos the photographers using other lenses also. What are they?

  10. Your tutorials are totally amazing and helping me out so so much. By far the best photography helping page on youtube. keep up the great work and hopefully with your great tips I can become a better photographer 🙂

  11. There should always be a spotter, always. I'm super disappointed that in the pull back of the twins in a basket and single baby on the bed, there was no one near them. Newborns have a startle reflex and its not out of the question that they could startle and fall out.

  12. M. Gaines says:

     Can you start doing photos like this with the cropped frame camera like Rebel t4i  if you use prime lens (like Canon 50 mm f1.8 or 1.4) till ready upgrade your camera ?

  13. Alan Carr says:

    Great nice beautiful video photography, u can also publish in Youpic

  14. ladybugcdl says:

    Thank you for sharing! 

  15. helpful tips, thank you. 

  16. Madhu Simon says:

    Straight to the point , great help for new born shooting …. many thanks .. Double Thumbs up 🙂 🙂 

  17. Wow Bro,Thx so much i love this tutorials…

  18. thank you so much, really very useful this video

  19. Gary Padilla says:

    thank you so much, great tips and lots of help.

  20. Montsergirl says:

    Do you think a 35mm prime lens f1.8 will work as well as the 50mm? I was talked into the 35 and now I'm scared I bought the wrong one 🙁

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