Even in your twilight years, you are still entitled to feel attractive and sexy, if you wish. Chrissy Sparks, from Birmimgham, UK, is a master of incredible boudoir photography, and is able to bring the best out in any woman using make-up, lighting and editing techniques.
“I want everyday women to have access to a full photoshoot experience and magazine cover style images that models usually do,” Chrissy told the Mirror. “Through my work, I celebrate women of all shapes and sizes and believe that with the right posing, lighting and styling, I can bring out the best in a woman’s beauty.”
From her Birmingham studio Dollhouse Photography, which has over $250,000 worth of lingerie, corsets, dresses, costumes and other accessories, Chrissy and her team shoot women of all ages. It is, however, the older ladies that have the most startling transformations. “After the photoshoot I work on the photographs in post-production,” she says. “I remove cellulite, muffin tops, scars, bruises, spots and uneven skin tone. “I also reduce lines & wrinkles, smooth the silhouette and enhance muscle tone.”
“The reasons they want a shoot are varied – it could be something just to make them feel sexy. I have a knack at assessing a client’s face, skin and posture to look past signs of ageing and capture images that bring out the best in a woman.”
“Most mature clients want to look well for their age and are not interested in chasing after their youth.”
While Chrissy acknowledges that many of her clients arrive very nervous and with body hangups, she says that the results of the photoshoots often do wonders for self-esteem. “The reactions have been everything from bursting into tears of delight, thank you cards and gifts, and many heart warming accounts of how the shoot has boosted their self esteem and confidence,” she says.
“Seeing the women so happy with their images makes the long hours and huge personal investment into the business worth every bit.”
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