I've slowly been adding to the studio ever since I decided to turn my guest bedroom into my in-home photography studio and one of the things I've wanted is a swing. I purchased a toddler-sized swing from Amason to start small and as always, had my adorable daughter test it out.
I could not have been more pleased with the result! It matched the bone-colored seamless paper from Savage Universal I already had up from another recent session. It was the last of my roll (note to self: order more) and I wanted to get the most out of it before taking it down. It was simple, it was minimal, and it looked just as I'd imagined in my head.
The Perfect Prop
In typical toddler fashion, she was done with the swing before I was done taking photos. Thankfully I'd grabbed her brand new lamb from Huggy Hymns, a Chattanooga-based company that creates beautiful stuffed animals that play 5 beloved hymns to soothe any child. Their mission is to surround littles with the peace of God and teach biblical truths through hymns. This is a mission I can totally get behind! I even bought a 2nd one for my niece as a gift for her first birthday. They also devote a portion of every purchase to the Children's Tumor Foundation. Seriously, what's not to love? And by the way, they didn't ask me to do this and I'm not getting anything from posting about them. I just want to share the love for another local business doing good work!
See more of my favorites from this session below.
What do you think?
How do you feel about this boho minimalist swing session I put together in my in-home studio? Let me know! If you're interested in setting up a swing session, I would love the opportunity to bring your swing session (or any type of studio session) to life! Let's chat!