I am Victoria Burcusel, Brisbane Newborn Photographer. This is a short Bow wrap tutorial that will get you amazing pictures!
I am the owner of Lifetime Stories Photography Studio, located in Rochedale South Brisbane.
I always loved sharing my skills so I have started a youtube channel where I share my knowledge to all newborn photographers starting or interested in learning new skills.
If you have any questions or suggestions please let me know and I will make sure that will get an answer to you. In today’s bow wrap tutorial I will show you how you can achieve the bow wrap look into your newborn photography sessions. I
I am sure you’ve seen the bow wrap look in many other photographer images, and each newborn photographer is doing it in a different way.
Wrap the baby with the hand under his chin. You can do this look with the hands close o the baby’s body. Having the baby’s hands under his chin is my preference.
Put your final décor wrap over the baby’s chest, to cover his chest area. About 25% of the wrap should be over the baby’s chest Then we pull this wrap on the other side and under his back towards the opposite shoulder. You will do the same thing with the longer side of the wrap and again pull it under the opposite shoulder. Once you have bots sides of the wrap under the baby it should look like the butterfly wings. This is where we are trying to make the beautiful bows. Do it as tight as you can.
Once all bows are complete, then make sure you pull the long side of the wrap around and underneath the baby’s bum. You can do one, two…three…as many as you want. At this stage the baby’s weight will keep the wrap in place, so doesn’t move around, then continue with the wrap around his body over the shoulder till the wrap will finish.
You can trial and have fun, and don’t forget do it in your own way if my tutorial is not something you can do.
Being a newborn photographer, the job requires you lots of practice. Whatever you will like to achieve a new pose or you want to try a new look.
The wrap is supplied by https://fab-fabrics-australia.myshopify.com/
I am Victoria Burcusel, Brisbane Newborn Photographer.
I will love to help you in growing your newborn photography skills. I hope you enjoyed this Bow wrap tutorial.