We haven’t shared a newborn photo session lately but with the cold weather here in Nebraska I thought it’d be great to warm up and look at this cuddly little guy mister Kutter Dean!
I’ve known his sweet mommy and daddy for years and his mom is actually a fellow photographer so I was honored when she said I could take pictures of her little ham! He slept like a gem and we flew through his pictures and set-ups with the props. I love how much hair this little guy had, I haven’t seen this much hair in awhile and it’s always a treat to see a newborn come in with so much hair!
And a little camo lovin for this newborn session. Because infants, camouflage, deer antlers and green always are a great combo 😉
Something fun we’ve started is some inspo for sessions! Newborns we’ve got plenty of outfits and props/wraps on hand so don’t feel obligated to bring anything! Instead, we’ll leave you with some pretty cute links to outfits to cuddle your babies in!
Camo Onsie // Muslin Swaddle Blanket Set // Blue Onsie
Kelsey (Homolka) Nerud is a photographer located near Dorchester, Nebraska and serves the surrounding communities including Wilber, Crete, Friend, Geneva, Milligan, Exeter, Daykin, Western, Plymouth, DeWitt, Fairbury, Diller, Odell, Wymore, Beatrice, Hickman, Princeton, Lincoln, Courtland and everywhere in between. At Dirt Road Photography we specialize in capturing timeless High School Senior Portraits, and Family Photography Sessions. Kelsey strives to make each photography session a fun and memorable experience while including seniors or families in an enjoyable shoot watching the golden sunsets here in the midwest of Nebraska. We love traveling southeast NE to serve our senior clients and capture the summer and fall of their last year in high school. Families also hold a near and dear piece of our heart as we love documenting the milestones of children and parents connecting throughout their childhood laughter and fuzzy snuggles in timeless portraits to keep and cherish through tangible artwork and printed products.
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