What makes Birthbound Photographer different?
Meet Leilani Rogers, who started Birthbound Photographer after years of teaching and speaking at various birth, maternity and newborn photography conferences. Leilani soon learned that birth photographers needed an online educational platform, catered to their on call lifestyle and unique professional needs. With a decade of experience and a love for teaching photographers how to reach their business goals, she’s created this special space within the birth photography industry.
Birthbound Photographer is a platform designed to elevate, educate and encourage professional birth photographers. Our mission is to inspire this calling and build a community of birth photographers eager to connect more meaningfully in and outside the birth space - with themselves, their clients, providers and their families. We believe respect and sustainability come from both creativity and knowledge.
THE RESOURCE LIBRARY OFFERS:
•2-3 video and downloadable resources per month
•a well rounded team of instructors
•no time limits
•an exclusive facebook group
•freedom to learn anytime, anywhere
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