This was my final session before I had to shut down the studio for quarantine, and holy smokes, Babe D made it a great one. I could not have asked for a better session. Not only did rock her session, but her stories and insights stuck with me. When you look at these photos, know that you're looking at someone who is regaining herself. She's figuring out her worth. She's leaving toxic people behind, focusing on herself, and starting a new, amazing journey. I could not be more proud of her. She shared a little bit of her personality with us below, but one questionnaire can't possibly capture how effervescent Babe D is.
What did you love about your boudoir shoot?
How comfortable you made me feel
Would you ever book another boudoir shoot?
What gets better with age? Relationships
What's the best compliment you've ever received? Do your crazy sassy eyes ever get you in trouble?
What do you wish you could tell your younger self?
Describe yourself in five words
Loving, caring, trusting, outgoing, can be sassy
What have you overcome or accomplished that you're proud of?
Doing a boudoir photo shoot!! :)
On bad body image days, how will you remind yourself that you're awesome?
Still have yet to figure that out.
*Side note from your boudoir photographer - it is ok that you still have bad body image days! And it's ok if you don't know how to deal with them yet, even if you've done a boudoir session. Self love takes time. Figuring out what works for you takes time. Experiment, play around, try new self love techniques, but don't give up. You will eventually figure out what works for you.
What's your favorite form of self care?
Riding horses have always given me a confidence booster
*Side note from your boudoir photographer - I just about died when Babe D pulled out this set. YES TO ALL THE RHINESTONES. I don't even care that the rhinestones kept twisting and we fixed them a million times. It was totally worth it to get these shots.