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Monet Nicole discusses the importance of self-care in the field of birth photography and birth work.
As birth photographers, we work in HARSH and CHALLENGING lighting conditions. The blinding yellow spotlight in the hospital, the contrasting blue computer monitors, and often other overhead lighting can create a nightmare for nailing white balance in camera.
Working as a doula and a birth photographer can be extremely challenging but it is the most rewarding thing, along with mothering, that I have ever experienced.
Veronika Richardson and Laura Kralovetz of Fox Valley Birth and Baby share how they've officially joined forces under one business and how they've made it work to create more sustainability in their individual lives as well as their birth photography careers.
Birth photography is a strange beast. We have very little control over our subject. Compare with weddings, for instance; we attend the rehearsal ceremony, and chat with the wedding planner and officiant/spiritual leader and family and have some degree of say in where everyone goes.
The world of social media is vast and ever changing.Just when you think you have a handle on how to use it effectively, the rules are updated and you're back to square one.
As a birth photographer based in Denver, Colorado, I've been lucky enough to watch over 100 families welcome babies into the world. On most days, I feel like I have the best job in the world. But on some days, I feel like I have one of the hardest.