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    Quote Originally Posted by coolthought

    All hospitals here that deliver babies have guided tours. You can make good use of the tour to check out how the delivery ward is like and the general lighting conditions and ask if you can take photo.
    Really? Our gynae doesn't say much. Just say baby ok, n nothing much about what to do, prepare......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Golgotha View Post
    Really? Our gynae doesn't say much. Just say baby ok, n nothing much about what to do, prepare......
    Ours have also, during the last day of Antenatal class. thats the best time to ask the mid wives if they allow. and check the environment and so forth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Golgotha

    Really? Our gynae doesn't say much. Just say baby ok, n nothing much about what to do, prepare......
    Now probably a bit late now but attending the antenatal class that will helps a lot for first time parent. What to do to help in smooth delivery, what are the signs to note if you need to get to hospital now, how to take care of a newborn, health sign feed and stool of newborn,etc.

    Your gynea job is to ensure smooth delivery of a healthy baby. You are expecting more? Check with the hospital midwife loh. Ask your friends who are already parent recently.
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    I would say instead of waiting for the doctor to tell you things, you should just ask him/her any questions you might have. If the doctor's even half decent, he will patiently answer all your questions and concerns.

    *Relevant questions of course.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Golgotha View Post

    * I meant set up, can Mods help change the title?*
    done bro
    shaddap and just shoot .... up close
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    Default Re: Camera setup for shooting child birth

    This is actually a very good thread on a question that has popped up several times over the years

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    shaddap and just shoot .... up close
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    Default Re: Camera setup for shooting child birth

    Bro, a tripod is a must for when you faint. Haha. Also a remote shutter so you can be by her side. When she squeeze your hand, you can squeeze the remote. All in good fun.
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    Default Re: Camera setup for shooting child birth

    I am a little confused. Is TS asking about shooting during the process or after? I think if during, you'll definitely have to seek approval. From both the hospital and the wife. But a friend told me his iphone4s was good enough as everything happened so fast

    Is it common to take photos during the process?

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