In a women-driven, woman-empowering field such as birth photography, we should feel much more confident about our work and it’s value. If you are struggling with charging a living wage, or even better, a comfortable wage, here are some tips to help get you there.Read More
we will not grow or improve our craft until someone recommends or suggests something that hadn’t occurred to us before. Whether that’s due to inexperience or not, we’d be fools not to at least consider the advice of others.Read More
So you’ve fallen in love with shooting births, but what in the world should you be charging for this?? Well, we’re glad you asked. Laura Paulescu of Crowned Photography shares her tips for charging a sustainable wage.Read More
When I first heard the term "compassion fatigue" it resonated with me because I have a daughter who suffers from anxiety and depression, and who for a long time depended almost solely on me to get through the day. Upon further reflection of the term I realized it is common among birth professionals as well.Read More
Learn how Birthbound Photographer instructor Jaydene Freund successfully filed a claim against Quebec media company Babygaga, and was awarded $3500 for her stolen image.
Between ever-changing algorithms and a company’s drive to capitalize on their community, more and more users are feeling disillusioned with social media.Read More
We’re all familiar with the adage “break the rules like an artist”, but what does that mean? Here are 10 Photography rules that are ok, even meant, to be broken (if you’re a birth photographer).Read More
Not many people think about “caring” for their creativity. We take it for granted, we try to control it, or force it to perform when we want it to, and train it to do as we say. This might yield good results at first… but it will ultimately send us on a hunting frenzy for the next high. “Hustle hard” they say. But what is at stake if we don’t also allow time to recuperate?Read More