Mason – Newborn Photography Tweed Heads 


Large Heart Erin Winsley Photography

Mason was a gorgeously sleepy little baby and his family was amazingly photogenic. A dream newborn photography session! With Mason being so young he was really curly and loved to sleep all squished up and snug.

I was able to get through quite a variety of set-ups and poses with different coloured blankets and props that I brought with me to the photography session. With Mason being a perfect little model we got through the usual set-ups quite quickly so mum and dad asked if we could do some extra poses. They brought out this cute little truck that a relative had bought for him so with the help of dad being on hand for safety, we had Mason sleeping soundly in the back. It seems it was the perfect size for him. We also did a quick Christmas set-up with a reindeer bonnet and finished off with some amazing family photos that I’m sure will be looked back on for many years to come.


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If you would like some more information on a newborn photography session or would like a price list please get in touch here.


Newborn Photography Tweed Heads –  Erin Winsley Photography, Gold Coast, Queensland


  1. Fiona
    July 2, 2018 at 3:07 pm (3 years ago)

    Hi Erin,

    I am hoping to find out more about your pricing for newborn photography and whether digital prints are included. We are located in Currumbin Waters.

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