Call me a Mythbuster because I’m out here bustin’ some serious myths about boudoir sessions. They are made out to be these scary unattainable things and I just cannot let that stand. So, if you’re ready, here’s three boudoir session myths I’m here to put a stop to.
No. Absolutely the hell not! No, no, no. Please don’t let people trick you into this line of thinking.
My now-husband asked me if I would ever do one for him. I thought “I guess” but then I got them done and forgot who they were for. He saw them on twitter and was like “UH HI WHY DID TWITTER SEE THEM FIRST” and I still laugh every time I think about it.
Was it a nice, thoughtful gift for him? Sure, once I remembered. In all honesty though, I did it for me. I loved getting my make up done, putting on bodysuits and getting some bad ass images of myself to celebrate.
Pardon my french, but fuck that. Intentional weight loss is a trap a lot of people find themselves in thinking it’s the be-all-end-all of happiness. It’s truly not. Are there other unresolved issues that will probably help out with this? Absolutely.
Boudoir helps you see and be who you are in this moment. Embrace that and embrace getting your ass in the studio so I can show you how hot you can be at legitimately any size.
I see this a lot and yeah, maybe you’re not the type of person who can hang their artistic nudes in the living room. However, I refuse to believe that a bundle of prints wouldn’t be pulled out every once in a while when you need a boost. Furthermore, albums get USED. If you’ve got kids, hide them in the closet if you’re so scared of them seeing.
There are so many people I know who have partners who are on the road, so they get a glass box of prints or a timeless leather album to travel with them.
This is another reason I believe in products and sell them. With every physical product you get from me, you also get the digital counterpart. If you think you won’t pull out these photos as a reminder for the rest of your life, you’re dead wrong.