Every year i set myself a couple of personal projects, both to help me grow as an artist and also to have free reign on all that cross the Little Hat threshold 🙂 One of these projects for 2018 is to follow a couple of pairs of twins through newborn to first birthday. Watch this space if you are expecting this summer as i have another project coming up which i need some volunteers for 😉
With twins its double the fun but you really need double the hands so i called on a dear friend, Bex from Bex Pigeon Photography to lend me them (you’ll spot her in a few of the outtake pics)
So, I introduce to you this gorgeous duo, Ellis and Lexie who were just 14 days old when they popped in for their first session – love the matching poses here ❤
They also brought with them their gorgeous parents and doting, if not a little protective big sister Kiera who was taking her role oh so seriously!
As with all newborn sessions I like to get those important family and sibling shots done first so thats where we started with a nice neutral set up so they can go straight up on the wall non matter what your interior decoration tastes are 🙂
Just look at Kiera’s face! She was just the most beautiful little lady I’ve seen in quite some time ❤ After this dad popped her off to pre-school for a morning of fun whilst mum stayed so we could get the babies pics done.
So with a simple top wrap switcher-roo, here’s little Lexie, she started off the session being my little challenge but we soon won her over…
I love the spring feel to this gallery with the splash of mint and teal mixed with the neutrals.
I feel its so important to treat these sessions like the babies are individuals as well as the awesomeness that is twin-world. Here’s Ellis’ individual shots ❤
I aimed for three double poses and here’s the last, I just love the simplicity of the set up and how they just ‘fit’ together with so much ease.
And finally a few outtakes of how we achieved these shots, always with an extra pair of hands just outta shot 🙂
Hope you enjoyed looking at their gallery and follow their journey as they return as what i call ‘sitter’ babies!