By continuing your visit to this site, you accept the use of cookies. They ensure the proper functioning of our services, analytics tools and display of relevant ads. Learn more about cookies and control them

Not yet registered? Create a OverBlog!

Create my blog

The five popular baby posters

Get ready to be amazed with Anne Geddes' babies' prints and the process that goes behind Anne Geddes' photography. Learn about the baby poster prints that are released as Limited Edition Prints, here.

Anne Geddes Limited Edition Prints

Jack holding Triplets
Charlee B, Susanna & Jaclyn A set of identical triplets were brought into Anne Geddes' studio in 02nd September 1999. They were the second smallest babies that Anne had ever seen. Jack holding Maneesha This is one of the personal favourites of Anne Geddes' baby pictures and as a result, has been created as a set of Limited Edition Prints. Maneesha weighed only 680g when she was born prematurely at 28 weeks' gestation. This image was taken when she weighed a little over 900g and was about to leave the hospital. This was in a neo-natal ward in 9th December 1993. Anne had since taken images of Maneesha at four years old and twelve years old. The image of Maneesha as a pre-mature baby has inspired people with their own premies over the years. Joshua This image of Joshua was taken in 20th October 1990 and reminds Anne of her first tentative steps to being an independent photographer. Anne had since taken images of Joshua as a 16 year old teen. Poppy's Feet This is one of the easier to shoot Anne Geddes' photos, but which required much planning and preparation beforehand. This image was taken on 19th October 1999 through a very thin layer of soft latex that took the prop maker weeks to prepare. Layers of thin latex sheets were mixed and spread onto a flat surface to cure overnight. It was tricky to achieve the perfect sheet, one with no dust or bubbles trapped in. Many were discarded and the process began all over. Danielle as a Peony Angel This picture of the baby in a bed of peonies was taken in 11th December 1995. This is the first and only (as of 2011) coloured image to be released as a Limited Edition Print. Anne had to wait for the right time when the peonies were in their peak so that the local grower could supply her with hundreds of them. It was an amazing sight in the studio, but Danielle was unfazed as she thought that they were quite tasty!

Where to find them

Go to Annegeddes.com (Limited Edition Modules LEP Gallery) to view the prints and check the prices. Also, take a look at the printing process, print authenticity and delivery and presentation.

Same category articles Art & Design

Where to find art prints for sale

Where to find art prints for sale

Fine art prints are available from a number of locations including online retailers, art galleries and even poster stores. This article helps you find art prints for sale.
Where to get free graphic design software

Where to get free graphic design software

Lots of websites claim to offer free graphic design software. When you read further down the page though, those same sites are often only offering free trials of expensive products. Fortunately, plenty of programs exist that are truly free to use, and perform a range of graphic design functions to a high standard.
How to take pictures of fruits

How to take pictures of fruits

Most of us are aware of all those beautiful still-life paintings full of succulent-looking fruits that were painstakingly produced by the masters. However, if painting in oils is not your area of expertise, you can always learn how to create wonderful pictures of fruits and vegetables by using your photography skills. This article is going to show you how in a few simple steps. This article provides you with an overview of how to take pictures of fruits.
Fedex Kinkos: The facts

Fedex Kinkos: The facts

Fedex Kinko's is the former name of a printing company now known as FedEx Office. It offers a range of services in addition to printing, including copying and binding, with a range of self-service facilities available to customers. Eschewing a system of franchising favoured by some of its major rivals, all stores are corporate owned.