top of page

What if I'm insecure about this or that?

If you're considering a boudoir photoshoot but find yourself grappling with insecurities about certain parts of your body, such as stretch marks or loose skin from prior pregnancies, let me assure you that you are truly beautiful just as you are. As your photographer, my ultimate goal is to help you see yourself through a lens of self-love and appreciation.


Our bodies tell unique stories of our journey through life – from the joys of motherhood to the experiences that have shaped us. Each curve, mark, and line holds a story that deserves to be celebrated and cherished. I want you to know that your individuality is what makes you extraordinary, and it is my privilege to capture and highlight the essence of your beauty.


I want you to feel confident and comfortable in your own skin. Our pre-session consultation will be an opportunity for us to connect and discuss the details of the photoshoot. During this process, we will address any concerns you may have and discuss how we can accentuate your best features while ensuring you feel empowered and at ease.


It's essential to remember that the view through the lens is entirely different from our own self-perceptions. My goal is to capture the most authentic and beautiful versions of my clients resulting in a finished product that is a breathtaking testament to their inner radiance and strength.


This experience is not just about taking stunning photographs; it is about celebrating your unique story and embracing the beauty that emanates from within. I promise to create a safe and supportive space, where you can be yourself, free from judgment or unrealistic standards.

-----


Helen | Edward Photography specializes in customized boudoir portrait sessions for people of all genders, shapes, and sizes. Sessions are offered throughout Southern California (Los Angeles County, Orange County, San Bernardino County, and Riverside County).

Recent Posts

See All

Boudoir For Men? Dudoir?

In the realm of photography, the notion of boudoir and portrait sessions often conjures images of softly lit rooms, flowing gowns, and the art of capturing feminine allure. However, at Helen Edward Ph

Comments


bottom of page