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Taking back your body through boudoir photography

Continuing this series of ChatGPT asks me questions and I answer them!

Can you share examples of how boudoir photography sessions have positively impacted women's self-perception and body image?

Oh boy. This one is heavy.

We focus a lot on self-perception and body image with boudoir photography for a damn good reason but it isn't the only reason that women come to the studio. I've had women walk through my studio doors carrying the weight of the world on their shoulders. We're talking about severe mental health battles, experiences of abuse and violence, self-harm struggles, trauma survivors, those facing loss, and even warriors battling physical disorders like Lupus. The stories shared in my studio could write a heartbreaking novel.

Now, you might be wondering, how does boudoir photography fit into this mosaic of life's struggles?

Well, it's a game-changer because it goes beyond just snapping photos. It's about reclaiming something profound – ownership of your own body.

In those intimate sessions, boudoir photography becomes a form of healing. It becomes a space where you can say, "This is me, this is my body, and I am in control." It's a powerful declaration, especially for those who have felt like their bodies belonged to something or someone else.

Boudoir photography serves up tangible evidence that goes beyond pixels on a screen. It becomes a visual affirmation that you are worthy, you are more than enough, and you are not defined by the hardships life has thrown your way.

Here's the thing – it's not just about looking good in a photo; it's about feeling incredible in your own skin. These sessions are like a backstage pass to self-love and acceptance. They're a reminder that, despite the scars and the battles, you're still standing strong and beautiful.

So, if you've ever doubted your worth or questioned your beauty, consider boudoir photography as more than just a photo session. It's a transformative experience that whispers, "You are a force to be reckoned with."

Because, my friend, you are worthy, you are enough, and your story – no matter how heavy – deserves to be celebrated, one empowering photograph at a time.

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