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    The Baby Is Coming; Quick, Call the Photographer !

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    The Baby Is Coming; Quick, Call the Photographer !


    http://www.nytimes.com/2012/06/17/us/now-in-the-delivery-room-forceps-camera-action.html?_r=1



    Happy Fathers Day !

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    Oh boy! I have no comment.
    Helping to save analog photography one exposure at a time

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    I had a camera at my own son's birth (a couple of photos are in my APUG gallery), but I don't see myself making a business out of it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by David A. Goldfarb View Post
    I had a camera at my own son's birth (a couple of photos are in my APUG gallery), but I don't see myself making a business out of it.
    I think that's one of those more female oriented careers

    On an unrelated note, I really hate when people hold cameras like that. It's very poor camera technique. /rant

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    Ha! With the ease that today's co-eds take off their clothes for cellphone images I suspect this line of work has a bright future.
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    I missed the birth of my three guys by 12 hours -- I was 800 miles away when I got the phone call at 10am (babes arrived 3 hours later). My sister was there with a camera, though. I do not think I would have grabbed the 8x10 even if I had made it in time.


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    At least with LF landscape, a bad day of photography can still be a good day of exercise.

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    I was present at the birth of both of my children that I will never forget it, they were born at home, neither I nor my wife ever had any desire to photograph the event.
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    I was loaded down with equipment when my son was born.
    At the very last minute I decided not to photograph the festivities ...

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    Any excuse to have kids...

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    Agree totally, can't possibly be stable or very comfortable to shoot like that at all.

    Quote Originally Posted by PeteZ8 View Post

    On an unrelated note, I really hate when people hold cameras like that. It's very poor camera technique. /rant
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