The studio puppets made an appearance and we all got covered in fluff, but Harriet seemed to enjoy the entertainment, although it has to be said mum was best at this. The tried and tested game of Peebo worked its magic, and soon got Harriet laughing for the camera.
We’re often reminded by our mini visitors of how challenging it is to be a young baby due to the demands of growing and teething, and after a period of focus in front of the camera, most babies like to have a few minutes on their tummy or back for a change of scene and a well learnt rest! Harriet certainly responded well to this.
Non mobile babies have limits as to the posing repertoire that can be achieved, and this is the strength of our photography, as for us, its all about facial expressions. We use toys sometimes for a handful of images that convey delight while playing or concentrated effort such as turning the page of a book, but they’re used as a means to an end rather than as a direct prop.