"I want people to look at the images and see women that are proud of their changing bodies, they are creating the miracle of new life. I want mothers to be able to look back and think 'Wow. I looked awesome,'" the photographer told The Huffington Post in an email.
Ford got into the maternity photography game after noticing that many photos of pregnant women were "cheesy or dated," she said. "For many years, pregnant ladies hid their bodies in baggy clothes and having it on display wasn't something that was encouraged."
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