It's not uncommon that women will follow me for a certain amount of time before finally deciding to do a boudoir photo shoot. In Mary's case that process took a little over a year before she finally decided to do it. There seems to be a pattern of when women first find out about me, talk themselves out of a session for 6 months to 2 years and then something trips in their mind and they say you know what fuck it, I'm going to do this despite my fears/objections.
All of the women I talk to about this process at their reveal all tell me the same thing in their own way.
"I wish I had done this a long time ago."
That is roughly what Mary told me yesterday at her reveal when she told me she had one of my original boudoir guides I had sent to her back in 2016. Everyone has to come to the decision to do a boudoir session on their own and in their own way but the consistent thing I hear is that they wish they hadn't talked themselves out of a boudoir photo shoot as long as they had.
Mary's Before & After
Mary chose to have her boudoir photo shoot photographed in a studio style setting. I really love to approach these sessions from a classical standpoint with the old renaissance painters as my inspiration. These studio style boudoir sessions give a very elegant and timeless feel to the final images which is something I really love. My intention with all of my studio style boudoir sessions is to create timeless final artwork, that will be as relevant 100 years from now as they are today.