6-8 Months Babies AKA Sitter Stage
Your baby will now be grabbing for toys, laughing, and even start to crawl! Six months old is a great age and one of our favorites to photograph.
The best sign to tell you that your sitter is ready for the sitter photo session is this little one could sit without any support. Not the unbalanced “sit for 20 seconds”, not supported by her or other’s arms. If she/he could sit in a place playing with toys for a long time, then it’s time for your sitter photo session. If your baby is not yet sitting well on his/her own, just wait a few weeks until that is possible. In a sitter baby photography session, your little ones may also enjoy some added clothing for this age. As they are more mature than before, adding cute props can be fun and story-making. We have a lot of collections of clothing and accessories for them to use and adding different characters to their cherishable photos. The tips for sitter time photo session is here.
Artworks made for Sitter Baby Photography
Our happy photo session will definitely give you an unforgettable experience. We deliver both digital photo files and stunning print artworks.
The digital photos allow you to share your sitter session photos with your friends and families while the printed artworks could keep this memory for a lifetime. We are pretty flexible about your choice. Because we know that everyone has different tastes and thought about how do you want to see the images 5-10 years from now.
During your product design session, you could decide if you want only digital files or to make some unique artwork to enjoy. It’s up to you.
I know, you are looking for the price. Our session + digital photos packages start from $595. And our print products start from just $255. You might think that you only need digitals. But BE careful that those virtual files are extremely fragile. Even I, before I became a professional photographer, had lost thousands of precious photos, videos, and the chatting record of me and my wife when our story has just get started… So print things that you love, it worths more than the cost.