How to Look Ten Pounds Lighter in Your Boudoir Photos
Worrying about your weight? You really don’t have to. We’re about to spill the beans on how to look ten pounds lighter in your boudoir photos. In fact, we always say our camera subtracts ten pounds!
To get you started on your BADASS boudoir journey, we decided to share some helpful tips to look slim and svelte in your boudoir portraits.
And it all starts with Ashley, your photographer and boudoir specialist.
See, working with a boudoir specialist is essential if you want the maximum experience of a boudoir session. Lucky for you, Ashley is the only boudoir specialist in the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre area. With nearly a decade of experience, Ashley is masterful when it comes to posing and expression coaching.
Read on for the inside scoop on how to look ten pounds lighter in your boudoir photos…
Trust Your Photographer
Our clients have a confession. They thought they had to lose weight before their session, too. And even if they planned on it, they didn’t lose the weight. If you can follow instructions, you can let go and trust the process. Remember, Ashley’s got your back!
Watch Your Photographer
Ashley is an educated professional who knows which poses are most flattering for your body. You’ll be able to watch her get into the poses before she coaches you into the same positions.
At the start of each session, Ashley will give you helpful tips as well as remind you of those tips throughout the session. Some of these tips include pointing your toes; arching your back; tilting your chin up or down; pushing your chest out and shoulders back; and, of course, popping that bootyyy!
Let the Light Shine
When creating art with Ashley, she’ll determine where to do which poses based on the lighting. This, along with poses and coaching, ensures flattering shapes and curves, allowing you to see yourself in a whole new light (no pun intended).
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