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Should You Try Your First Boudoir Session?

The Boudoir Client You might be wondering: When is the right time to book my first boudoir session? Although boudoir photography can be an empowering experience, the idea of booking your first boudoir session can be absolutely nerve-wracking. And yes, I say “first boudoir session” because there are definitely repeat clients! 🙂 Many women love...

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    Pro-Tips: Hand Posing For Your Boudoir Session

    Hand Posing So many people struggle with what to do with their hands during a photoshoot! Hands can make or break an image if they look too clumsy or awkward! Here are five super-easy tips for hand posing that I use with my boudoir clients: 1. Soft & Relaxed Hands Having your arms at your...

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      Self Worth And Happiness

      San Diego BOUDOIR PHOTOGRAPHER | SELF WORTH & HAPPINESS We live in a time where we are constantly being bombarded with ‘perfect women’ that make us question our own self worth and our own beauty.  We compare ourselves to others trying to make our bodies look a certain way with the hopes that it will make...

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        Want To Pick The Music For Your Boudoir Session?

        Your Style We all have our own style of music, and it helps to have your tunes in the background while you are working the camera. Music can alter our mood. If you play sad music you will more than likely show that emotion in your final photographs. I love having the music cranked up...

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          How to feel empowered when you feel defeated…

          There will be hard times- As women, a lot of expectations fall on us. We are expected to be the glue that keeps all ends in tact. We are the nurturers, those prone to anxiety and depression. We are “the strong” ones. What happens when we feel defeated? How do we overcome these moments of...

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