Mar 03, 2016

Session Share: Lifestyle Newborn Session, from Photographer Krystle Ricci

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Inspiration: New parents in their own home, with baby (and fur baby!).

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Favorite Element: Max’s grandfather painted antique family heirlooms for the nursery; the room was filled with light and had such a calming feeling — I felt it as soon as I stepped inside.

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Biggest Challenge: The family pooch, Daisy, is a senior. She is deaf, and sometimes seemed to forget I was an invited guest, and started to bark if she thought I was getting a little too close to the baby.

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Final Thoughts: I love lifestyle newborn sessions; I feel they won’t ‘date’ because the place to which you first bring your baby home will always be special, and the ability to look back and relive those moments is so precious. I wish I had done a session like this with my own children.

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Krystle Ricci is a coriander eating, dog loving, family photographer in Perth, Western Australia, who specializes in lifestyle photography. Lifestyle photography is close to Krystle’s heart, and she loves telling real family stories full of connection and emotion.

For more of Krystle’s life-filled work, and for booking inquiries, visit her website, Like Krystle Ricci on Facebook, and follow her on Instagram and Pinterest.

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About the Contributor: Katie, our Editorial Manager, is our wordsmith and communications extraordinaire!  After college and graduate school, she worked in the nonprofit world, and briefly in politics. She realized she'd be quickly burned out, and started writing for various lifestyle websites. Before landing at NAPCP, Katie shot product photography for Etsy shops and other small business owners. Katie also works with Pinterest, as a member of their Pinfluencer team. She is passionate about making the world a happier, more beautiful place! Katie lives for her husband and two children, updating their totally 90's home, and finding joy in the small things. Even washing dishes.

 

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Willy What a gorgeous newborn lifestyle session, Krystle! I love the soft light on that sleeping baby. Thanks for sharing.

Emily Williams Beautiful!

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