Created 3-May-15
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My favorite place to photograph newborns and babies is in the arms of his/her mom or dad. My style is natural and relaxed, with few props involved. I prefer to capture baby in his/her own environment at home. My goal is to capture the love a family feels for their newest family member in those precious moments that are all too fleeting.

"Crystal did a great job with our Newborn pictures! She was so patient with our crazy barking dog and super sweet! We love love love the pictures as did our friends and family."
- Amanda Dunavant
The way these two look at each other with such love is what I aim to capture.I love photographing newborns in the arms of their parents. To me, this evokes more emotion than a posed bean bag shot.Spring Hill Newborn PhotographerIt's important to include baby's nursery as part of her story.Spring Hill Baby PhotographerI love including lovies.  My 8 year old still loves her baby blanket & I cherish images of her with it.Tiny details are important to capture at Newborn Sessions.That overwhelming awe that new parents feel for their new baby is so important to remember.Nashville Lifestyle Newborn PhotographerBig siblings are my focus when I walk into the home so that he/she feels like the center of attention.This was taken in a clients home on a bed near beautiful window light. No studio needed.She's so obviously already in love with her daddy!Mothers with there newborns is one of the most beautiful things in the entire world.I will also get some shots of baby alone, but we won't stress too much if she doesn't want to sleep.Oh that sweet yawn!I prefer babies to be dressed in only a diaper or in a plain white onsie.While we will attempt to get baby asleep during the session, if he chooses to be wide awake, that is fine too.I love to capture babies in their cribs to document all the love mothers put into decorating the nursery.

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Keywords:Baby Photographer, Baby Pictures, Newborn Photographer, Spring Hill, Spring Hill, TN, babies, newborns