Tampa Newborn Photographer

As a Tampa newborn photographer, I get the joy of documenting some of your first moments together as a family. One of the many questions I get asked, is what can I expect in my newborn gallery?

Although no two newborn sessions are the same, I can promise we will document your families love in each photo. I will document a mothers love with her new baby. A father holding his tiny new baby in his big hands. A sibling showering their baby sister/brother in love and playfulness. Oh and I will always document your sweet baby in baskets and blankets!

However, one of my favorite newborn photos to document is the close up photos of your babies tiniest details. Their tiny fingers and toes, long eyelashes, or unique hair. You can always guarantee you will be able to look back on your newborn photos and remember just how tiny they were.

The session below is a new favorite! Mom and dad were some of the sweetest parents to come into the studio, not that I don’t love all my clients! But the way these two talked to their new baby all morning was the absolute sweetest. I believe you can you see their love in each photo of their gallery.

Before the session, I always like to prep my baskets or set ups I plan to use for the session. The exact set up is always based off your questionnaire you submit before your session. For my newborn baby girl sessions I love incorporating fresh flowers. I often buy the flowers a day before the session so I can find the perfect flowers for your session! I stumbled upon the most beautiful yellow flowers grown locally!

Lets book your session

Id love to help you plan a newborn session of your own! I am booking on a limited basis for Fall and Winter! Make sure to contact me to reserve your session. I’d love to work with you! Check out my portfolio to take a look at my other work, and follow me on Instagram for updates and session sneak peaks!

If you are looking for a ahwatukee newborn photographer check out my friend Jasmyns blog sharing a recent newborn session!


Beautiful work, Julianna! I love the neutrals and textures of the one of her in the cradle from above: so timeless.