What is Boudoir Photography?

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Boudoir photography is more than just a photoshoot. It's a journey of healing and self-discovery.

Boudoir photography is more than just a photoshoot.

It’s a journey of healing and self-discovery. A lot of women feel guilty for spending money on themselves when they have children or other family members to care for, but boudoir photography is an investment in themselves.

It allows them to take the time to focus on their own needs and desires, to embrace their sexuality and femininity, and to become the best version of themselves. Here, we help women to take control and present themselves as they wish to be seen, rather than being defined by societal standards or expectations.

Boudoir photography provides women a transformative experience to boost self-esteem and promote a positive self-image, which can have a profound impact on various aspects of life, including physical, mental, social, emotional, and spiritual well-being. 

Through boudoir, I’ve been able to help women find that inner strength and confidence that they may have forgotten. Many of my clients come into the shoot feeling nervous and unsure of themselves, but by the end, they’re laughing and feeling empowered. It’s truly an incredible experience to see someone transform right in front of my eyes.

Many people assume it’s just about taking pretty photos, but it’s so much more than that.

It’s about reconnecting with your body and your sexuality (for yourself rather than performatively for others), building up your self-esteem, and becoming the happiest version of yourself. And if there’s nothing else my clients take away from the experience it’s this. Self-care is not selfish.

So if you’re nervous about booking a boudoir photoshoot, know that you’re not alone. But I promise you, it’s an experience that will leave you feeling empowered and confident, and it’s a journey of healing that you won’t regret taking. You’ll be working with someone that’s in this field to truly help people-not to just take pretty pictures. Growth often comes from discomfort.