OK then, pediatric medical staff... basically don't do something for the sake of a picture if it isn't something you'd do otherwise with a newborn baby. If someone doesn't have experience handling newborns learn what's appropriate to do. If you're going to use a basket make sure it's large enough for the baby to fit and allow leg movement. If using fabric to wrap a baby it needs to be loose enough to allow for leg movement (and learn proper swaddling techniques before you wrap a baby). Avoid slings and propping a baby on elbows when there isn't yet adequate head control. Usually it seems to take time to first get good at photography then work toward building a reputation as a photographer. Buying used equipment to start then upgrading could be an option.