Most of the time when we think about “glamour”—making women feel beautiful with our photography—boudoir, fashion or glamour photography comes to mind. I think it’s our job to make sure every person in front of our camera feels special, beautiful and unique. There are so many feelings tied to images, and the more feeling and emotion we can involve, the more valuable the images become.
Getting to know your subject is key. The relationship that you have starts on the very first phone call. Sometimes it may even start before, with the person referring you. This gives you instant credibility as well as common ground as you get to know each other.
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