Since I was born, my parents took a lot of photos of me, over the years. From the hospital to birthdays, first theme park rides, and many more, there was quite the collection. Unfortunately, none of those photos were in great quality and I have lost most of them, because they were not saved in the digital format. Parents will always want to save their children’s progress, so here is what I suggest you do and why:
I would say that photography for growing children should be done in proper interval to compare across the years. Things like change in face, skin color, maybe even height, hair amount, maturity, and so many physical developments can be tracked through still photos, periodically. This can be later utilized by them to just compare, show it to their children, or maybe even use for some college project like maybe developmental psychology presentation or something.
The better photos you take, the more aesthetically pleasing they are. The more aesthetically pleasing your baby’s photos are, the more often you will look at them. The more often you look at them, the better you will feel each time around, because your brain will release all kinds of hormones and chemicals that makes you stimulate happiness.
Use a Proper Photographer
I would like to request from all the parents out there, that please, please, please, call a professional photographer to do this job for you. If you choose to cheapskate your way out for this one, it will never become an opportunity again. Your children are only baby once! If you want to see how this work of art looks like, then go over to kristymannixphotography.com.au and scroll through their gallery. That should convince you.