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Glamour and Boudoir Photography at Artistic Images Studio

May 01, 2016 08:43PM

Amanda’s Transformation Before & After Amanda hid behind her hair most of her life. Once she cut her hair and realized she didn’t need to hide, she found a new confidence, strength and acceptance of herself.

Eric Smith, owner of Artistic Images Studio, is offering discounted Glamour and Boudoir photography shoots. A Glamour/Boudoir session, normally $250, will be $173 until July 31. During this time, he is also offering a digital portrait special of $99.

A boudoir photo shoot/photo experience for women is based on one’s own comfort level. It is an opportunity to embrace one’s whole self in a positive, understanding and safe environment. “It is a safe expression to explore one’s sensual self, through a variety of photographic options,” explains Smith. “This is photography to help women get in touch with, appreciate and accept their authentic self and see their natural beauty.”

Appropriate for those who have experienced emotional or physical traumas or have received negative messages from others due to body size, it is designed to be a healing experience. “I have worked with a client that had undergone a bilateral mastectomy and was able, through the photographic experience, to embrace her femininity again, remove doubt about the appearance of her reconstructed breasts and any desire to hide her body,” says Smith.

For more information, call 520-977-6733, email [email protected] or visit ArtisticImages347.com. See ad, page 12.

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