great newborn poses (in under one minute!)

Are you a newborn whisperer? Design Aglow is seeking the best newborn poses that can be accomplished in under one minute. The simpler, cuter, and more best-selling the better! Post a link here featuring to up to 3 images (on your website is fine), and we'll be in touch if we can showcase your newborn art in an upcoming Design Aglow Top Ten feature. Please note: for our purposes, newborns = babies under 6 weeks of age and we're only interested in 100% safe images that do not require Photoshop magic! And be sure to check out our new book The Design Aglow Posing Guide For Family Portrait Photography for more posing inspiration...

*Special thanks to Jess Kamm Photography for the lovely image, featured in our Newborn Posing Cards.




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