How To Do Froggy Newborn Photography Pose-THE SAFE WAY

How To Do Froggy Newborn Photography Pose


I love this “Froggy” Newborn Photography pose!

Alysse Renée Photography will always provide stunning newborn portraits for her clients, but her

number one priority is to ensure the safety of all the newborns who come into the studio.

Therefore, this pose is ONLY achieved by using a composite.

That means two images were taken and merged together in photoshop to create this amazing look.

Note: This pose should ONLY be performed by seasoned newborn photographers who have had in-person training. 

Per my careful instructions, sweet baby Zoey’s daddy gently held Zoey’s head just right for this composite.

One shot for a clean head, and one shot for a clean body.

Then I work my photoshop magic!

How To Do Froggy Newborn Photography Pose-THE SAFE WAY

If you are interested in booking your Newborn Portraits, please let me know.

I am a Dallas Newborn Photographer.

I also provide photography services to the Frisco, Little Elm, Prosper, McKinney, Plano, Denton, Allen, Richardson, and all of North Dallas area.

Contact me today!

Alysse Renée Photography 214-504-6443


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  • Newborn posing for newborn portraits can be so scary, but this great tip really helps! It is the perfect three step pointer for getting the correct shot and ensuring baby’s head is gently cradled. Keep the newborn posing tips coming! Love it!ReplyCancel

  • Very cool tutorial. Newborn safety is always so important, and this is a great reference to let parents know how these kinds of shots are accomplished by professionals.ReplyCancel

  • Great tutorial! Safety is always the number one priority when posing newborns!ReplyCancel

  • Very good idea to show some of your insight tricks. I love this “Froggy” Newborn Photography concept!! I always wondered how you do it!!ReplyCancel

  • Thank you for this! I’ve heard so much about this “froggy posing” for newborn photography, some loving the pose for it’s (obvious) adorable factor, others disliking it because it wasn’t safe for baby. Your tutorial is the perfect blend of safety and cute! Well done.ReplyCancel

  • This is such an important post about newborn safety during a newborn portrait session! I know photographers who would actually pose the baby with head in hands and no support! Your Dallas clients will be happy to know you are trained in newborn safety! You can provide beautiful images without harming their precious babies!ReplyCancel

  • Great tutorial! It’s so important to spread the word that poses such as this can be dangerous if not done correctly. your clients in Dallas can rest easy knowing they are in your capable and well trained hands. 🙂ReplyCancel

  • I’m so glad to see this post about how to do the groggy newborn pose safely! A lot of people probably don’t realize that it takes a composite, and important safety steps. Thanks for sharing this!ReplyCancel

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