New York City From A Toddler’s Point of View

You can only see so many postcard-esque shots of Times Square and Rockefeller Center before it feels like you have a good idea about what it’s like to be there. But what do these iconic locations look like from a baby’s perspective? With a Go-Pro behind his son’s back as he strolled through New York City, Ecuadorian photographer Diego Acosta López captured New York from an angle that many have experienced, but few can actually remember. The pictures document little Ignacio’s first trip to NYC to visit his daddy, who is studying at SVA (School of Visual Arts). Aside from serving to remind Ignacio of a trip he will likely forget, the photo shoot also counted towards a final project for one of his dad’s photography classes.

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For His Wife’s Birthday, This Husband Commissioned 23 Artists to Make Portraits of Their Baby

Husbands take note: this is master level gift giving! Chicago-based photographer Ernst Berlin (or Rezinatoriously on Reddit) decided to give his wife an incredible gift for her first birthday with their newborn son, Jacob. To create what he wanted he enlisted the help of the talented people at RedditGetsDrawn, where he commissioned 23 artists to make portraits of his 8-month-old son. He gave everyone 2 months to complete their work, and 40 photos to choose from. The results are truly magical.

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This Photographer Did a Cliché Baby Photo Shoot with a Dog

Baby photography is one of those things that has quickly turned into a gigantic cliché. Do a little snuggle, snap some picture of tiny feet, wrap them in a blanket – don’t forget the soft lighting. That’s why this series by photographer Jamie Clauss is so awesome. She and her next door neighbors Jan and Chase Renegar were having a boring day, so to liven things up they created a newborn photo shoot using their Jack Russell terrier. Her name? Snuggles.

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Super Creative Dad Takes Super Clever Photos of his Super Cute Sons

Mechanical engineer by day and creative photographer in his spare time, Wes Armson captures the precious baby moments and feelings that parents want to remember forever. It started with his own sons Skyler (now 2 years old) and Maddox (4 months), shown in the pictures below, but now he extends his services to other babies and families near his home in Calgary, Canada. Although his subjects are already incredibly adorable, he comes up with clever concepts to up the cuteness factor, turning his sons into superheroes, bookworms, and his very own photography assistants.

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Pregnant Bellies Become the Canvas for Beautiful Paintings

Unlike Trix, face painting is not just for kids. And a group called Pacific Face Painters has been putting their art work on the big, beautiful canvas of pregnant bellies! It’s a beautiful way to honor and bless the growing baby before s/he comes into the world. Moms-to-be get to enjoy the relaxing tickle of paint brushes on their bellies and capture a magical time in a lovely way with a photo shoot to follow! The group is based out of Santa Cruz, California and they bring their team of amazing artists to birthday parties, gatherings, and any event they are invited to!

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Modern Technology Captures Baby Animals in the Womb

It’s not often we get to peer into the world inside the womb, and none of us remember what it was like, but producer Peter Chinn is helping us understand a little bit more about what goes on before birth. His images, produced for a National Geographic documentary called In the Womb: Extreme Animals used real-time 4-D ultrasound images and computer models to create an astoundingly lifelike vision of animal gestation that is beautiful and even a little unnerving.

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Couple Remakes Famous Movie Scenes With Their Baby and “Domestic Junk”

You’ve seen these movies before, but never like this. Finding themselves with a house full of cardboard boxes from their recent international move, and a new-ish baby, this couple have been creating scenes from their favorite films built entirely from their “favorite domestic junk”. Look closely and you’ll spot plastic cutlery as teeth, overturned shelving as boats and a ridiculous amount of family creativity.

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Pucker: Capturing a Baby’s First Lemon Experience

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All by itself, eating a lemon can be a truly shocking experience… but what if that lemon was the first you’d ever encountered? Photographers April Maciborka and David Wile teamed up to create their recent series Pucker. In each instance babies were handed their very first lemon and encouraged to take a bite. Just looking at their images will make your lips twitch.

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What to Expect When You’re Expecting: Personal Portraits of Parents-to-Be Sleeping As they Wait for Baby

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While scrolling the feed on Facebook, trends among your friends become very clear. For many of us, after the red solo cup phase came the wedding phase, and naturally the heart hands around the pregnant belly button were the next big feed filler. Russian photographer Jana Romanova reached the point where many of her friends were entering this new chapter of life and she tells Slate, “It was a challenge for me to get used to it. I always try to solve my problems with photography, so I decided to make a project about it.” She asked her closest friends if she could sleep over their houses to capture their intimate pre-baby sleeping styles while they were actually asleep, so the results were natural and un-embellished, and called the project Waiting. As you can see the results were beautiful.

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Want a 3D Hologram of Your Unborn Baby?

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In one of the stranger uses of a new technology, Pioneer is offering a 3D hologram printing service to transform ultrasound data into a one-of-a-kind image of your unborn child. Now you can see a 3D image of what your child looks like, even before they’ve popped out into the world! Yes it’s highly unusual, but judging by the high number of ultrasound photos floating around Facebook, this is going to be a hit.

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