I love being able to share what motivates women to have their own boudoir shoot and what it felt like leading up to their special day and after they have had their boudoir shoot. Below, you will read about one woman's experience and see some of her boudoir photographs. What motivated you to have a boudoir session? Honestly, my husband was transferred out of state for work for about 2 years and this is one of my attempts to remain close as well as unpredictable. I am a very co
My name is Michele Johns. I am a boudoir photographer with a long history of negative body image beliefs and body shaming from close family members. I also survived an eating disorder. (I'll save that story for another time.) I wouldn't say I was hiding behind my camera. But I would say that I was HEALING behind my camera. You may have heard me say that I heal a little with each client I work with. It's true. I hated on my body. I hated my thighs. I hated my arms. I hated my
I know it can be scary to book a Boudoir Photography Session. You have a million questions, yet don't really know what you should be asking. You want to make sure your boudoir photographer is reputable, makes you feel comfortable and that the studio is private and comfortable. If you have been following me for a while, you know that I started my journey photographing women because I wanted to exist in photographs looking my best. No double chin, tummy rolls or squished arms.
I love to learn more about where women are in their personal journeys and what brought them to the decision to have their own boudoir experience. Sharing from the beautiful Miss S :) What motivated you to pursue a boudoir session? Anniversary present :) going outside my comfort zone. Heading into a boudoir session, what concerned you most? Picking the right wardrobe! What three words would you use to describe your images? Flattering, artistic, gorgeous. What, if anything, wou