Baby is Coming Now! An Intense Mother's Day Homebirth in Stillwater, Oklahoma by Katie Lewis

Katie is an Oklahoma-native with a love for capturing the in between moments of life and birth. She says, "Women are such an incredible creation, and our bodies are made to do wonderful things. I'm amazed after every birth I photograph, and it leaves me longing for more. I want to document those moments for you, I want to be your birth photographer."

Name: Katie Lewis

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This amazing mama welcomed her baby girl at home on Mother's Day. She had incredible power. Her baby came very quickly, and her birth team didn't have time to fill her pool enough for baby to be born safely. The midwife helped her get on the side of the pool, and she delivered over the water.

If you'd like to learn more about birth photography or simplify your birth photography workflow, we'd invite you to explore the following Birth Becomes Her tools: 

Birth Photography Toolkit: You can learn as you go by trial and error over many months and years, or you can take the shortcut of the comprehensive Birth Becomes Her Photography Toolkit. Monet and Jenn sat down and compiled this guide based on their experiences at over 100 births in all types of settings. Topics covered include Birth 101, Birth Etiquette, On Call Life, Camera Settings, Social Media and What to Pack in your Birth Bag. This resource is the only one of its kind in Birth Photography education.

Lightroom Presets : Birth often takes place in non ideal lighting conditions. These presets were developed by Monet and Jenn to use in their own editing workflow to solve the lighting challenges they commonly faced. When applied upon import into LR these presets can save you hours of editing time and give you the results you want from your photos.