Stephanie Entin

Doula and birth photographer

Doula and birth photographer 

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The birth of a child is a beautiful, messy, painful, confusing, exhilarating and life-changing experience. It's also a private one.

Photographing childbirth: growing trend in LA for new parents

The birth of a child is a beautiful, messy, painful, confusing, exhilarating and life-changing experience. It's also a private one.

from Greater LA

The birth of a child is a beautiful, messy, painful, confusing, exhilarating and life-changing experience. It's also a private one.

Photographing childbirth: growing trend in LA for new parents

The birth of a child is a beautiful, messy, painful, confusing, exhilarating and life-changing experience. It's also a private one.

from Greater LA

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