The photo of an ‘angry’ newborn baby, taken just seconds after birth, has gone viral because she was ‘angrily’ staring down the down who had just taken her out of her mother’s cozy womb
No Eviction Notice?
Netizens are having a good laugh over the adorable photo of this feisty girl who was born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on February 13. She was clearly not impressed with the world and not in the mood to smile, joked the photographer who took the rather hilarious photo.
Photographer Rodrigo Kunstmann shared that he has been a professional photographer for 11 years and a birth photographer for 4 years now, following recent trends, but this is the first time that he’s seen a newborn baby this ‘angry’ with the doctor. LOL.
“I don’t like it here!” the baby seems to say she stares down the doctor for several seconds.
“She opened her eyes wide and didn’t cry, she made a ‘sulky’ face, her mother gave a kiss, and it was only after they cut the umbilical cord that she started to cry,” the photographer narrated.
From Photo to Memes
“When I posted it, I thought it would have the potential to become a meme, but it’s always a matter of luck,” Kunstmann admitted.
Just as he wished, the picture would quickly go viral and sparked a lot of memes – just as he intended!
“Put me back! It’s not what I expected out here!” one netizen joked.
“Don’t try spanking me, I am warning you. Hands off!” another added.
The photographer is simply so happy with the success of the picture.
“Childbirth is a unique moment. I can only consider myself a blessed person. I feel like a lottery winner,” Kunstmann said.
What is Birth Photography?
These days, most parents love to document every milestone in their child’s life. But there are those who want to do it right from the very start – at the moment of birth! So, they hire a photographer who would document the moment for them.
Often, birth photography includes the days or hours leading to birth and the first moments after birth, especially the sweet moment that the parents meet their baby for the first time…