Anne Geddes has made a name for herself around the globe for her creative style when it comes to photographing babies.
Her work was huge in the 90s when she put together family portraits and calendars.
Now she's heading back to the studio for the first time in 4 years and is starting a crowdfunding campaign to keep her work going.
She says there has been a sharp drop in the number of people buying her work and because of this it's not financially feasible to continue.
It could be due to more people taking their own photos on their smart phones and being less inclined to pay for professional photography.
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