Beautiful photos of cute and adorable babies in different sleeping positions.
Amazing images were captured by Nebraska based twin photographers Tracy Raver and Kelley Ryden. [order Sleeping Beauties photo book]
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Jul 24th, 2012
ahhh really love them all.. :)
I find some of these photos a bit on the freaky side due to the totally unnatural positions they have been put in
awwwwwww so quuute :}
Hilarious that that play Nickelback at the end of the interview.
I find some of these photos a bit on the freaky side due to the totally unnatural positions they have been put in”
I totally agree
I especially love the photos of twins, who look quite instinctive and natural, as though in the womb. In fact, all the photos seem to reflect positions in the womb.
I totally agree. It looks so uncomfortable, especially those wrapping ones….
Babies actually like being smooshed up into balls, it’s the last thing they remember from the womb. Super cute.
WOOOOOOOOOW they R wooooooooooooooow
Jul 26th, 2012
Love them a llllllll
Jul 28th, 2012
my Goooooood…may I have one.. :D
Jul 30th, 2012
How wonderfully agile we are before birth…and these precious ones find comfort no matter where their toes are! FABULOUS!
I honestily held my breath, imagining how these photos were taken. it’s beautiful but it bothers me. shucks, even if it is for art or for a cause, I wouldn’t do these to babies. if the photographer felt nice after taking these, that’s quite selfish. but anyway, beautiful photos, at least the unheard struggles of the babies were not put to waste, still i don’t know if this is right.
Aug 20th, 2012
show these at their 18 birthdays
Sep 5th, 2012
They are cute, even though as one said, a little bit on the freaky side. Sometimes I wondered if they were actually live ones… Especially disliked the second last. Apart from that they were still pretty cute.
Sep 25th, 2012
We did similar photos as these. Form my experience; my daughter really never knew what was going on. Our photographer only takes newborns up to 10 days. After that according to her, they are not as receptive to go asleep nor are they as pliable.
I can tell you from our session (though it may look unnatural in some of the shots), for us it was just the opposite, completely natural. Basically the kid is asleep. The studio was very very warm, there was a heated fan blowing on low on crazy fluffy/soft table and she had a white noise device turned up.
I almost fell asleep a few times during the shoot.
Jan 6th, 2013