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A few weeks back I had the rare opportunity to have my daughter Paige at home with me without the other girls around. I just so happened to have a newborn session schedule, so with Mom’s permission she assisted during the newborn session. Being an aspiring photographer herself, she just got a camera for her birthday that she wanted to be able to play with. I allowed her to take some Behind the scenes photos of me hard at work. I have to tell you it’s definitely harder to be in front of the camera than behind it, so it was a nice change of pace. For her first time she did an amazing job. I really love how she was able to capture some great moments that happen during a newborn session. There can definitely be a lot of soothing & snuggling in order to get babies into these poses. I can’t wait to teach her more and allow her to take more responsibilities within Elizabeth Frederick Photography.


Check out the great photos I took of sweet Andrea during her newborn photography session.

Elizabeth Frederick Photography is a CT Newborn & Baby Photographer located in the central Connecticut servicing all of CT including New Haven, Litchfield, Fairfield, Hartford, Tolland & New London Counties. EFP is best known for her use of color & props throughout the session for a truly custom CT Newborn photography session. If you are interested in booking a session, use the contact field below, or email me directly at Liz@ElizabethFrederickPhotography.com. Can’t wait to hear from you!


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