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Newborn Baby Posing Workflow Guide with Behind The Scenes images

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New to our shop, The Newborn Beanbag Posing Workflow with Bonus Cheat Sheet.

This guide is filled with very helpful photos, so you can see how to achieve each pose.

- step-by-step posing guide

- the main beanbag poses and variations

- designed for smooth transitions from pose to pose

- actual behind the scene photos with clear instructions

- simple pose sequences

- posing cheat sheet

Download the CHEAT SHEET to your phone and use during the session as a guide.

This will work for even most sensitive babies.

The clever posing sequence will show you how to get 8 photos of one pose without moving and waking the baby.

This is a digital e-course that will download instantly. The files will be available to download as soon as your payment's cleared.

All content is protected by Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988. Copying, sharing or uploading any part of contents is against the law.

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