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Portland Lifestyle Photographer Masha Georgiev | Styled Bride Wedding Photoshoot

Today is one of those beautiful rainy days, with glimmers of bright sunlight here and there! On a day like this, I just love editing! My workstation is right next to a big beautiful natural light window and I love the sound of the rain drops somberly hitting the window in the background while I work.

So what am I working on? Here's a peak:

 

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I'm so excited about this project! I was honored to collaborate  with Laurie Kassabian from LaurieSarahDesigns.com to work on their brand new upcoming jewelry line! I won't leak more than these few photos, but, these pieces of jewelry that Laurie and her husband Avo handcrafted are nothing short of STUNNING! I can't wait for this gorgeous new collection to drop! 

If you want to know more about Laurie Sarah Designs, and their handcrafted design process you can follow them on facebook and Instagram @lauriesarahdesigns

In the mean time, here's a few more sneak peaks at their new collection!

 

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Portland Newborn Photographer | Baby Rhys Newborn Session

Welcoming the newest addition to your family is something beyond wonderful! When your new baby comes home for the first time, you can't help but to stare at every inch of his or her tiny little body. Those tiny fingers & toes, those beautiful eyes with fluffy eye lashes looking around gazing at their new world that they are now a part of! They are getting to know your face, your touch, your smell.  Week after week your baby will change so much, and I enjoy being there within the first few days of your baby's life to document these little details forever! 

A few weeks ago I had the pleasure to photograph this little man!

Please welcome Baby Rhys!

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Portland Oregon Birth Photographer | World Breastfeeding Week

In honor of World Breastfeeding Week, I want to feature one of my favorite breastfeeding images from last year! This mama was courageous and strong! She birthed at home with the aide of Midwives and her loving husband by her side. It is my privilege to share this stunning photo with you!

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Portland Family Photographer | Mother & Daughter Family Session

Photographing families is something that gives me such joy! This family was so much fun to get to know. They are sweet, very kind, and super hillarious! The great thing about photographing in Portland, Oregon is that you can never run out of gorgeous locations! Practically any place can be a backdrop. This family session focused on the Mom Yana and her lovely daughter Kristina. Their bond is unbreakable. Here is a little sneak peak of their session:

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A daughter is just a little girl who grows up to be your best friend!

Portland Oregon Birth Photographer | Why Midwives Matter?

Why Do Midwives Matter?

From my early childhood, the thought of a Midwife was a bit foreign to me. Growing up in the US I believed that babies are born in hospitals, with moms huffing and puffing in their hospital beds, until the doctor says "PUSH", and then magically this little tiny human was born. While this may have been the experience for many expectant parents in the late 80's, today's parents have a variety of options to choose from aimed to have the best possible birth experience.

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"But why does all that even matter?" you may ask. The short answer is trust me, IT MATTERS!

My own birth experience was unpleasant and not at all what I expected. I was uneducated, unaware, and had no clue what to expect. I delivered at a Los Angeles Hospital, I had an epidural, I had an episiotemy, and virtually no support. If I could describe my birth experience in one word it would be OBLIVIOUS. Anyway I can go on and on about my sad birth story, but thats not the point of this blog. All I can say is, I wish I did have a midwife to support me not only in my birth, but in the stages of my life before and afrter pregnancy. I wish that our government could see how important their role is.

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After photographing many births with and without midwives, I'm here to say that MIDWIVES DO MATTER!

What's the big deal you ask? Read on...

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I found some interesting facts that help show why Midwives matter?

Huffington Post:

Evidence shows that midwives save lives.

Midwifery, when provided by educated, trained, regulated and licensed midwives that are integrated into the health system, increases quality of care and leads to a sustained improvement of maternal and newborn health outcomes. 

Yet, there are major gaps in maternal and newborn health outcomes across the world. Annually, approximately 287,000 women die from preventable causes related to pregnancy and childbirth. Further, 2.7 million babies die every year in their first month of life and a similar number are stillborn. An estimated 56 percent of these deaths could be prevented through strong partnerships with midwives. 

If we ensured women had access to professional midwives everywhere in the world, we could save more than 8,000 lives every single day. I don’t think I have ever heard of a better return of investment. 

The problem is, we don’t have enough midwives today, and far too many midwives lack proper support, compensation and respect to conduct their jobs. To make things worse, many midwives also face discrimination and harassment in the workplace, many times due to skewed gender norms because they are women. Many midwives also face economic barriers to conducting their lifesaving work, with many midwives reporting low salaries that sometimes are not enough to live on. 

In today’s global context, we are seeing too many strikes against women’s and babies’ lives, through the lack of political commitment towards maternal and newborn health, leading to inadequate resourcing of midwifery services. 

With the Sustainable Development Goals that have been set to be met by 2030 - the member states of the United Nations have agreed to reduce the global maternal mortality ratio to less than 70 per 100,000 live births and end preventable deaths of newborns. They have also agreed to end all forms of discrimination against all women and girls everywhere.

Now, these are bold statements that require action. To achieve those goals we need more midwives. We also need to ensure that all women are respected and free. We need to listen to their voices and acknowledge them.

There should be no question about it ― having access to a midwife should be the norm. And we should all care to make it so. 

May 5th is the International Day of the Midwife, with this year’s theme being Midwives, Mothers and Families: Partners for Life. Learn more through the International Confederation of Midwives and their partners and support them in their work to strengthen the midwifery workforce and improve the health and rights of women and children worldwide. 

 

*The above images are of the lovely Melissa Gordon Magnus CPM, LDM - Rose City Midwifery doing what she does best!

 

 

Portland Oregon Birth Photographer | Melissa's Birth Story

"Nothing stands out more in my mind, than the day I met you"

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Portland Newborn Photographer | Newborn Session | Baby Kai 12 Days New

Being a Birth & Family Photographer, serving the Portland Oregon Metro and surrounding areas.  I have been photographing newborns for 5 years and have captured so many brand new babies through my lens. Here is a little peek into baby Kai's session.

Kai was 12 days old during his session and was such a dream baby.  He had the most gorgeous, skin and loved to sleep.  I absolutely love being able to incorporate the Seattle Seahawks theme into his session.  So much fun!

Kai's newborn session was captured in Kai's home by Masha Georgiev Photography.  For booking information and availability, please email us mashagphotog@gmail.com or simply call 503.875.0461

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Portland Birth Photographer | Birth through a Father's eyes

We all know that giving birth is HARD WORK! Most of the time, we tend to focus on the laboring mom to be, and how hard it is for her. We look at the pain her face reflects, and the clenching of her fists as she works through each contraction. But for this blog post, I would like to focus on the often forgotten hero behind the scenes. THE DAD TO BE. After all, dads are there even before labor begins. They have been putting up with us for 40 weeks (that's a long time). They had to clean our throw up, get us to bathrooms, fetch us random foods at all hours of the night, survive our mood swings, and if you already have kids--become MOM. Ultimately I would like to shed some light on this whole experience from a father's standpoint. For the purpose of this blog post, I interviewed a recently new father and asked a few questions about his experience. (Father's name has been changed to Ryan protect the manliness of this super awesome dad) los-angeles-birth-photographer-7

Masha: Hey Ryan, thanks for agreeing to do this! Ryan: Hey it's no problem at all, I'm glad I can help.

Masha: So I guess the first thing we need to know is, is this your first baby? Ryan: Well actually this is our third.

Masha: Wow! Congratulations! Ryan: Thanks.

Masha: When you first heard the news that you were going to become a father for the first time, what were your thoughts and feelings? Ryan: When my wife sat me down, to tell me that she was pregnant, I kind of already knew it. We had been trying for a few months at that point, and I was secretly hoping that this was the month, and it was! I have to admit, I was a little scared and excited at the same time. My first thought was "This is actually happening, I'm going to be a father, I am now in charge of someone else's life and I better not screw it up!" (chuckles)

Masha: If you can remember, what was the first trimester like for you? Ryan: Going to the doctor to get the pregnancy confirmed had me worried sick. I remember thinking "could the test be wrong?" Thankfully everything went well. Throughout the first trimester, I felt a lot of anxiety. Not knowing the sex, not knowing what to expect, planning, calculating, it was all a lot to take in, but through it all, I was super excited!

Masha: Did your wife have morning sickness? Ryan: Uh yeah she had it pretty bad. It started a few weeks after our first doctor's visit and pretty much lasted all day and night. I felt really bad for her.

Masha: Did she have it for all three pregnancies? Ryan: Yeah pretty much, but not through the whole pregnancy, just the beginning.

Masha?: How did you feel? Ryan: Helpless. Like I couldn't help in any way. But by the third baby, I was pretty used to it. It was just life.

Masha: Did you guys want to know the sex of your baby(ies)? Ryan: Oh yeah, I couldn't wait!

Masha: What are the names of your children? Ryan: Emily, Emma, and Ethan

Masha: Wow they all start with the letter E! Ryan: Yeah, it's my wife's thing. I'm cool with it.

Masha: What was it like to see your baby for the fist time on the sonogram? Ryan: It was amazing! I couldn't believe that tiny little blob, will be a full human. I have to admit, deep down, I was more excited than my wife. Don't tell her!

Masha: Do you feel the pregnancy lasted too long? Ryan: Towards the ends, it's like "come on out already" but that's because my wife was uncomfortable, and therefore I was uncomfortable. But now that I look back, they all seem to have gone by pretty fast!

Masha: Tell me your experience the first time your wife went into labor. Ryan: Uh, well it was a lot of back and forth. We kept thinking labor was starting, but then it would stall. I guess that's normal. When the real labor was actually confirmed, I started to panic a bit. At that point, you just don't know what to expect. I remember trying to drive as smooth as possible. We got to the hospital at 4 am. For some reason, I was expecting it to be like in the movies. Her water breaks, we get to the hospital, she's screaming and squeezing my hand, the baby comes out, and its all over. But she labored for 14 hours after that.

Masha: Did she choose to have an epidural? Ryan: Yes. That was kind of scary. But it did help a lot. Finally after hours and hours of exhausting labor, and almost 2 hours of pushing we welcomed our first little girl!

Masha: Were your other two children born in the hospital? Ryan: No, actually the other two children were born at home. After the first baby, we wanted a more calm setting, and my wife wanted a water birth. So we found a midwife and doula through a birth center, and she had both of our babies here at home.

Masha: Did you like the home birth more vs the hospital birth? Ryan: YES!

Masha: Why? Ryan: It was a totally different approach. With the home birth, we chose not to have an epidural, and try to go all natural. I kind of got into the whole birth process thing because the midwives included me and I felt part of it. I have to say it made me so much less anxious and stressed out. I was still freaking out though. Both of our home water births were much shorter than the hospital birth. She labored for 8 hours with the second baby, and 9 hours with the third. Watching a home birth, vs hospital is so different. Our doula and midwife really supported my wife. When the babies came out, it was calm. I have to honestly say, it was beautiful. I would do it again.

Masha: If you were to give any words of advice to any dad's to be out there, what would it be? Ryan: Hire Masha to be your birth photographer! (laughing)

Masha: Haha, but seriously. Ryan: I would have to say-Don't overthink it. Embrace it. Be there for every part of it. Don't miss anything. Document everything. Your life will totally change, for the best. Support your wife, it's not weak to show feelings, to be kind, to care. Do it. And if possible, I would recommend doing it at home if you can. It makes a huge difference!

Masha: Thank you so much for being willing to do this. I really appreciate it. Ryan: Anytime.

Thanks for reading this interview. Please like and comment below.

DISCLAIMER: The father in the photo above is not the person being interviewed.

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Dear Fabulous Blog Readers!

I have another announcement for you.

Sadly, I will not be booking any more photography sessions in California. I will now be working solely in Portland Oregon and surrounding cities.

I am grateful for all the friends I have made here in Los Angeles. Some of you started out as clients, and quickly became more. Many of you have taught me so much. I am grateful to have worked with you, and to know you as a person. I will strive to keep in touch with all of you. You know who you are.

This is a happy announcement. And don't forget, I do travel. So if you need me in any part of the world, just contact me and we will work something out!

-Masha Georgiev, Birth Photographer

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Providence Portland Birth Photographer | Preparing for a Hospital Birth: What All Moms Need to Know

Los Angeles Newborn Photographer Does your idea of delivery comfort have less to do with the bed you’ll give birth in, and more to do with the medical backup you'll have on hand? If so, a hospital is probably the most comfortable choice for you — putting you in good company.

Giving birth in a hospital is by far the most popular choice of expectant couples in the United States. It’s the choice for women who have what’s considered a “high-risk” pregnancy (e.g., if you’re 35 and over, are pregnant with multiples or have conditions like gestational diabetes). It also offers the most options in terms of who can make your delivery: While most birthing center and home births are attended by midwives (certified or direct entry), your hospital birth can be overseen by an OB-GYN, a family physician or a certified nurse-midwife (96 percent of CNM deliveries are, in fact, in regular hospitals). Doulas are welcome, too.

Just as there are pros and cons for every choice you'll make when it comes to your childbirth experience, there are pluses and minuses when it comes to having your baby in a hospital.

ADVANTAGES OF A HOSPITAL BIRTH

Some of the plus-sides of a hospital birth include:

  • It’s the safest option. If you're at high risk, it's the safest childbirth environment for you and your baby. Ditto if an unforeseen complication arises during labor (such as a prolapsed cord or placenta abruption, for example).
  • It’s close to an operating room. If you need a cesarean section (either planned or emergency), it's the only place you can have one. And you won't have to be transferred mid-labor if it looks like you'll need one — you'll just have to move from your birthing room to the operating room.
  • It offers the most advanced technology. On-staff pediatricians and, in many hospitals, sophisticated newborn medical technology are available should your baby need immediate medical care.
  • You have easy access to pain relief. Anesthesiologists on staff are almost always available to provide pain relief medications as you request, from epidurals to narcotics.

DOWNSIDES OF A HOSPITAL BIRTH

Some of the disadvantages of a hospital birth are:

  • Hospitals, especially larger ones, can seem impersonal and intimidating. Taking a tour ahead of time can help you feel more familiar — and more comfortable — at your hospital of choice. Keep in mind, though, that more hospitals, even those big ones, are doing more and more to have a "family-friendly" feel in the labor and delivery wing.
  • Even private rooms aren't that private. There's a lot of coming and going in hospital rooms — it may often seem like there's a round-the-clock revolving door of residents, nurses and other hospital staff members hovering around your bedside. You can expect to get less rest, too, at a hospital for the same reason ("time to check your blood pressure again").
  • Separations are often routine. Even if you've chosen to "room-in" with your baby, there will be times when hospital routines will separate you, including for newborn screenings.
  • Hospital policies rule. Though hospitals are more open to birthing alternatives than ever before (if only to keep up with the demands of expectant parents who've come to expect more), they're bound by protocols and procedures — which means you will be, too. Still, chances are good that with the help of your practitioner you'll be able to create a birth plan that gives you the birth experience you want, even in a hospital setting.

Without a doubt, hospitals have come a long way since the days when deliveries took place in cold, uncomfortable, sterile delivery rooms. Today, the equipment's still sterile (and that's a good thing), but the surroundings are typically far from it. If your hospital has an official policy of family-centered maternity care (many do), you can expect birthing rooms that are comfortable and homey, designed in warm, soothing colors, with all the medical necessities at hand (but hidden behind armoires), dim lights, private bathrooms (including showers and/or baths that can be used for hydrotherapy relief during labor), and ample space — including sofa beds — for family members and your birth coaches (your spouse, a doula etc.).

FINDING THE RIGHT HOSPITAL FOR YOU

It’s never too early to start researching hospitals — especially at some of the more popular facilities, which may have a limited number of spaces in their labor and delivery suites. Check online and ask friends for recommendations. A few things to consider:

  • Is the hospital in your insurance network? Although the Affordable Care Act now requires all insurance plans to cover maternity care, the deductibles, coinsurance, copayments or similar charges for each service can vary, up to an out-of-pocket maximum for in-network providers. If you’re out of network, however, the charges can skyrocket.
  • What amenities does the facility offer? Consider the type of birth you’re hoping to achieve. If you’re hoping for a more natural birth, for example, does the facility offer or allow birthing tubs? If price is less of a factor than convenience, you may also want to consider if the facility offers labor, delivery, recovery and postpartum (LDRP) rooms, where instead of moving between several rooms from labor through recovery you’ll stay put.
  • What’s the C-section rate? Rates of C-sections can vary widely from hospital to hospital, from 7 percent to nearly 70 percent, so it’s a good idea to look into your hospital’s rates online (here is a good source to get started). If your hospital of choice has particularly high rates, you can ask why when you visit the hospital.
  • Does the facility support breastfeeding? If you’re planning to breastfeed, you may want to check if your hospital is a certified “Baby-Friendly Hospital” (see the full list here). The Baby-Friendly certification means the hospital follows World Health Organization and UNICEF guidelines to support mothers in successful breastfeeding, including allowing mothers and infants to room together 24 hours per day. Don’t fret if your hospital isn’t on the list either: Just be sure to ask about breastfeeding assistance your hospital offers when you take your hospital tour.

Finally, take a tour of the facility you’re most interested in using, if possible at around week 30 to 34 of pregnancy. This will give you a chance to ask questions, clear up the smaller details and meet some of the staff who will be assisting you on D-Day.

THE COST OF A HOSPITAL DELIVERY

Your hospital will work with your insurance company to determine what your co-pay will be. While the Affordable Care Act guarantees some low- or no-cost prenatal and infant care, insurance companies vary on the amount charged for your hospital care and stay during labor, delivery and recovery. How much you pay out-of-pocket depends on factors including treatments needed for you and your baby, the facility at which you deliver, your health insurance and more.

Source Material: http://www.whattoexpect.com/pregnancy/hospital-birth/

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Portland Oregon Birth Photographer | Umbilical Cord, have you seen it?

As a Portland & Gresham Oregon  Birth Photographer, whenever I share an image of a baby still connected to his or her umbilical cord, I receive more engagement than almost any of my other posts. There is POWER in seeing how we nourished and sustained our child.

There is UNDERSTANDING that comes from seeing/touching/acknowledging the cord that pulsed life.

One of my biggest 'birth regrets' is that I didn't get to see my own umbilical cord when I gave birth to my son. It was cut before I had time to think or ask. I'm so happy that more and more providers are giving mamas the space and the time to appreciate their cords.

Did you have the opportunity to look at and examine your umbilical cord? What did it make you think or feel?

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The In Be-Tween

NTRODUCING: TWEEN Sessions! Do you remember what it was like being between a kid and a teenager? Leaving the comforts of being a 6th grader in a school that you have grown to love so dearly, to enter a whole new environment, with new personalities, strange kids and new teachers?

Tween Photography has become a very important tool in self-esteem building. This is the time before drawing becomes boring, or playing an instrument is not cool. This is the time to get creative, capture their passion, and most importantly--Just let them have FUN!

For more info please shoot me an email: Mashagphotog@gmail.com or just send me a msg.

-Masha Georgiev

 

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BEAUTY REVIVED

I am getting SO EXCITED to be a part of THE BEAUTY REVIVED! It's a national campaign that highlights REAL WOMEN with REAL BEAUTY! Right now I'm getting the best training from the founder @iambeautyrevived Michelle Gifford #iambeautyrevived #bestphotographer#portraitphotographer LA Portrait Photographer

Los Angeles Childrens Photographer | Happy September!

Dear Friends! Today is the first day of the Fall season, and to start the fall season off right I am offering Fall Mini-Sessions!

email: mashagphotog to book or visit www.mashageorgievphotography.com

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As a Los Angeles Childrens Photographer I love images like the ones above! If you are interested in booking a session please contact Masha Georgiev Photography 818-636-2903

ANNOUNCEMENT!

INTERNATIONAL I am so excited to announce that I am officially International. What does that mean you ask? That means that if you are in Paris, and want me to do your Newborn or Maternity Photos, I will be available! International pricing is only available upon request, so please email me with any questions that you may have: mashagphotog@gmail.com

I look forward to hearing from you!

-Masha Georgiev

Happy Snappin!

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Serious Cuteness!

Dear Photo lovers, today I have the distinct pleasure of introducing you to this little munchkin, who's officially 10 days new!

I think we can all agree: His hair & cheeks, should earn him a spot on the cover of every baby magazine in the nation! Seriously, I'm practically melting from cuteness overload!

Anyway, as you can see from the pictures below, he and I had one of the best sessions together. His mom, Cori prepared by trying to keep him awake for 2 hours prior to our session. Her preparation efforts allowed us to have an especially awesome shoot together.

This little guy slept through 80% of the session. And when he wasn't sleeping, he was happy, calm, relaxed, and cuddly. He couldn’t have been any better.

“I was 2 days away from my due date, but I was very relaxed.” says Cori.

Because the shoot went so well, I asked Cori if she would share one helpful piece of advice with other mothers planning a newborn session (See – I've got your back, moms around the world). Her biggest piece of advice is: “Schedule Early! I waited till last minute."

Without further adieu,

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Cori's Maternity Mini-Session

Absolutely in Love with these images! The dress is amazing, and the colors are just gorgeous! This mama to be is glowing, and I'm glad I was able to capture these beautiful moments. Each pregnancy is different, each birth is different, and each child is different. Taking maternity photos gives the advantage of capturing a snapshot of how you feel while carrying your baby. Children love seeing photos of their Mommy's carrying them in their bellies. HAVE YOU BOOKED YOUR SESSION YET?

To BOOK NOW MashaGPhotog@gmail.com

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