Robin Long Newborn Photographer

    Robin Long Newborn Photographer

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    Photographer/Author, Robin Long is a Multi award-winning photographer who specializes in Maternity and Newborn Portraiture serving the Salem/Keizer, Oregon and surrounding areas. Robin began her photography career in 2005, going on to specialize in newborns in 2008.

    Her work is recognized internationally by the pure, natural, and organic style she portrays, capturing the story of newborns and the miracles they are. Robin's fresh and simple style focuses on the baby by creating a quiet and calm environment during the session. The time you spend with your baby in the studio has been said to be "relaxing and serene" by her loyal clients. There's nothing more priceless than those first few days of your baby's life captured by an experienced and well educated professional photographer.

    Robin is a member of Professional Photographers of America and the National Association of Professional Child Photographers. She currently travels the world teaching to aspiring and seasoned photographers, “NEWBORNS”, the purebaby® Newborn Workshop merited by PPA continuing education. Photographers from all over the world travel to her Salem, Oregon studio to be mentored by her to learn the art of newborns and capturing them in a pure and simple way. Her work has been published in the Professional Photographers Magazine, Tot Trends, Chic Critique, Mozi Magazine, and numerous online blogs and magazines.

    Robin is the author of "Natural Newborn Baby Photography" published by with a release date of June 24, 2013. She has self published two previous newborn books that have become top sellers in the industry, shipping all over the world.

    Robin has become one of the industry's leaders in newborn photography and will be speaking at the Wedding and Portrait Photography International Conference in Las Vegas, March 13, 2013 in a Master Class, titled "The Newborn Niche." You can also find her speaking at the ProDpi booth at the trade show.