When it comes to posing newborns, do you consistently face obstacles when trying to mold those beautiful, soft angles you often see online? Especially one of the more popular “taco” pose and the “prone” pose that places the newborn in a ‘U’ shape with their heads and bottoms raised. It seems like it would be nearly impossible to pose a newborn safely and comfortably in these positions, but simple* newborn posers are a possibility for many photographers. Most poses can be accomplished using newborn posing pillows and beanbags.
Here are some options for these posing props and how they can be used for posed studio newborn photography.