Newborn sessions are my muse and when I get to snuggle 3 babies at one time, well my ovaries just went crazy! The triplets were so good to me and slept like champs! These little ones were my first set of triplets to photograph and have set the bar high for multiples. I loved how each one had their own little personality and comfort in posing. My good friend Shannon is blessed to call these little ones her niece and nephews. She was also apart of their newborn session as she is venturing into the art of newborn photography.
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Michelle Taylor is the owner/photographer of Precious Encounters Photography. She resides in Hilo, HI with her husband and children.
KaylaI totally want to steal these triplets for a day, they are sooooo cute!! I love these photos
AnnaHow sweet are they!? Love that lace flower diaper thing (I don’t have kids) on the little girl. So precious!
MichelleBless you! Triplets! You did a fantastic job.
AdrianaOMG! They are beyond precious. How incredible that you can get them all to balance on their hands! One girl and two boys? Their parents are going to have their hands full. you did a gorgeous job!
SonjaHoly moly these are adorable! Amazing work! I know how hard newborn photography is with ONE baby, let alone THREE babies! So many different poses- and such little cute faces! Beautiful. Seriously- I’m in awe.
MelissaAmazing job posing 3 little ones! Beautiful shots.
BrittanyBeautiful wirk as usual Michelle. You captured those sweet babies so magically. Their parent will cherish these forever!
Deziree DufresneWitchcraft. That’s the only possible explanation for how you can so perfectly pose THREE newborns. You did an amazing job getting such a variety of beautiful poses, fantasitic work!!
CaraOh my gosh you are so amazing at capturing newborns. And these are SO CUTE! love love love!
SheaOh my goodness!!! These babies are precious!! And what a great job you did capturing the three of them – especially for your first time photographing triplets! Nice work! 🙂