Every year, birth photographers around the world capture exquisite images. But in other ways, they are monumental. A few seconds or minutes pass and suddenly, families are forever changed. Here, via Birth Becomes Her and Canadian Birth Photographers , are 29 of the most moving birth images from the past year. News U.
Woman films herself giving birth unassisted in her back garden | Metro News
I made the mistake of casually scrolling these birth photos while sipping on my morning mug and quickly realized how dangerous that was. These are not casual photos, my friends. These are epic, breathtaking, and mind-blowing photos that capture the power, beauty, and mystery of birth. Jayden Freund with Canadian Birth Photographers , asked the best birth photographers in the industry to submit their favorite images from the year for a collection of the best photos of Each photo is unique, capturing a different and personal emotion from the birth experience. Can I really do this?
22 Photos That Capture All the Beauty, Pain, and Emotion of Giving Birth
Every birth is different. Some take countless hours, while others happen in mere minutes. Some are smooth and easy, while others are weighed down by complications. But while each and every birth is unique, every parent can relate to the multitude of emotions that come crashing over you when you meet your little one for the first time.
Sarah Schmid, from Halle, Germany, has six children and gave birth to all of them outside a hospital. After she had her first child with the help of a midwife, she had the rest of her children unassisted — one of them was even born in a Swedish forest. She decided to give birth to her sixth child at home, in their back garden, and uploaded the video on YouTube. After practising medicine for some time and seeing babies delivered, she became inspired to try free-birthing. Sarah wanted to be completely alone so husband Tim was not around during the birth to son Kiran.