AMP Photography | Newborn Studio Tour | {Pittsburgh, PA Newborn Photographer}

It has been a long time coming, but I can FINALLY give you a tour of my new photography studio!

I went from working out of a bedroom at my parents house and mainly outdoor, to a small 10×10 room in my husband and I’s new house, and now I finally have this amazing space! My husband is amazing for helping me create this awesome space where parents can come relax while I work my magic with their new baby!

I wanted the studio to feel a bit like home, with small details that reflect my style of work, and have a good display of unique products that I can offer to my clients that also reflect my style! I am still changing little things here and there, but I am finally comfortable opening my studio to my clients whether it be for a newborn or first birthday photo session, or a Premier Ordering Appointment.

I hope you enjoy!
This is my client waiting area. Siblings can watch a movie or color, and new moms and dads can take a nap on the SUPER comfortable couch! The peach chair is one of my new favorite pieces of furniture!
I have a coffee and snack area that most of my clients LOVE ( I mean, who doesn’t love a Keurig and some snacks!) 2015-07-13_0003.jpg2015-07-13_0012.jpg2015-07-13_0004.jpg

Here are my two main shooting areas. I like to keep two natural backdrops up at all times, which is what I use for parent and sibling shots, as well as some of just baby. Then we can change to a beanbag shot, or put up different backgrounds/floors. I have had a few people ask about my lighting in other pictures. The big light is an Alien Bee 400 with an 86″ PLM (DROOL! 🙂 )2015-07-13_0005.jpg
I LOVE props!!! I am super addicted to prop shopping and flea markets! I like creating one of a kind art for clients and that is hard to do if you are always using the same things, so I like to switch it up…A LOT!
This is just SOME of my things. I also have a garage full (my poor husband hates me for that!)2015-07-13_0007.jpg
One of my favorite parts about newborn photography is creating the birth announcements (or graduation announcement for my High School Senior Clients) I wanted a way to display them as art work rather than just in a pile on my desk -so I hung up one of my old windows. It works perfect!2015-07-13_0015.jpg
Here are some of my other small details in the studio! Please let me know what you all think! I can’t wait to have an open house so everyone can come see it in person!

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