Photographer’s work sends a powerful message: Nothing about your baby needs to be hidden.
Newborn photography is tricky, and photography of special needs babies — who sometimes have extensive medical equipment that can’t be hidden — is even more so. But Forker’s scenes, which she creates specifically for each baby, are a perfect fit. She builds what she calls the babies’ “accessories” right into the scene, unafraid to highlight everything that accompanies the child.
The result sends a powerful message: nothing about your baby needs to be hidden. Everything about that child’s life is precious. When we see a baby with special needs, our first response should be a smile, not a tear.
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