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Western Montana Photography Message Board › 5 tips for taking amazing birth photos

5 tips for taking amazing birth photos

A former member
Post #: 389
Birth Photography is uncharted territory for most photographers, but it’s gaining popularity. As people are warming up to the idea of adding real-moment photos to their family albums, photographers are warming up to the idea of adding this hectic genre to their roster. So if photographing births is something you think you are ready to try, then make sure you are also ready to be on call (that means no trips out of town for the weekend, possibly getting a 2am wakeup call, and not knowing when you’ll be home).

If you’re ready to take the plunge and accept your first birth client, then here are 5 tips to get your started!

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