How we create the “Froggy Pose”

I am a firm believer in the safety of all my clients, especially newborn babies. My beliefs are that the froggy pose should never be attempted without the support of a spotter at all times. So we do what is called a composite to achieve the final image. A composite in the photography world is two or more images merged together to create one final work of art. Composites can take me anywhere from 5 to 15 minutes or more depending on difficulty. In this video it took me about 7 minutes to create the composite and I have 4 different composites in the clients gallery. Lets say on average I do 4 composites for a newborn client and each takes on average 10 minutes. That is 40 minutes of editing on 4 images. Most of my newborn galleries are over 50 images and can take me anywhere from 4-8 hours to edit depending on the babies skin.

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