I haven’t shared black and whites from a session in a long time. As a Puyallup newborn photographer I offer color images and black and white conversions of those images to every client. When it comes to sharing images from a newborn session I almost always choose to share color images from the session. But with Ryan’s portrait session the black and white images were so moving they were my favorites. So I put together a collage of my favorites. Parents hire me to be their Puyallup newborn photographer because I offer class, timeless fine art images that capture the innocence of their new baby. Another reason that Ryan’s portrait session stands out as extra special is that I had the opportunity to work with his older siblings. Two beautiful, very cooperative big sisters. I am really hoping that his mommy feels like I knocked it out of the park. I am so in love with these images! I also tried a new pose. It is a hanging pose done with baby lying on a bean bag and meant to mimic a hanging pose. I think I will call it a floating pose. In my opinion it turned out beautifully. What do you think?