Glamour

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“All women. ALL women. Have a very distorted idea of how they look.” ~Sue Bryce. When I first encountered the concept of Glamour Photography about a year and a half ago, I sat and cried as I went through pages and pages of before and after shots of beautiful, ordinary, spectacular, plain, REAL women. I wanted nothing more than to have the skills to do that, not just for brides and beauty queens, but for every woman I ever came across. If I can take a woman who would rather hide behind the furniture than be in front of a camera, and give her an image of herself that takes her breath away, I am absolutely happy. That’s what I LOVE about this genre.

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