Newborn babies don't have to try hard to be adorable and popular photographer has caught a selection of babies at their cutest: the very moment they drift off to sleep in their bed. In an interview with the MailOnline published yesterday (February 14th), Dan Cueller, a 29-year-old baby portrait photographer, explained the process he goes through for each shot including each baby receiving a four hour pampering session. The babies are fed and cuddled until they feel relaxed and gradually become sleepy. Mr Cueller, who became a professional photographer three years ago, commented: "Newborns are naturally cute and they can't really do much at this age. "You can't just ask a baby to do something, so it's usually best and easier to pose them when they are asleep." The accompanying images to the article show numerous babies curled up and content in slumberland. He continued: "The age of the child is also very important - it's usually best to photograph them when they are under two-weeks-old."