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In Home Photography

If you're trying to decide between in home photography, studio photography or outdoor photography, I have some experience with each and will gladly share my insights. I usually book baby photography inside, either at the studio or in the family's home because of climate control. Whether it's too hot outside or too cold, spending an hour or more in the elements can be difficult for babies who can't regulate their temperature well. If you have a dark home with busy decor, I would highly recommend a studio photoshoot. Although homes with busy decor are cozy and warm, the background might distract the eye from the subject, your baby. The study is easy to get to, close to highway 80 and has parking out front. it has a beautiful well-lit room with two large southeast facing windows and two other white walls. This is perfect for a mid-day session and can accommodate a family of 5 or 6 people.

When deciding to do outdoor photography, you also need to be aware of the weather, the time of day and also the other people in the area. During the height of the photography season, you might see 5 or 6 other photographers in the area trying to photograph their families as well. Fortunately, there are so many beautiful parks in the area, that we all make it work well.

Here are some examples of the in home photography, studio photography and outdoor photography:

In Home Photography


Studio Photography

Location: Roseville Studio


Outdoor Photography

Location: Lake Tahoe, CA

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