After a boudoir, glamour or pin up photo session with Foto Flix Photography, you will feel more self-confident because you will see just how beautiful you really are.
Our hair and makeup artists will transform you and bring out your most beautiful self and Donna Ditges, our photographer, will help you pose in flattering ways that you never thought possible. She will hide your imperfections with creative lighting, props and, if necessary, with computer software. After your session, you may be surprised to find yourself striking a pose for the mirror when you’re alone or, better yet, with your man.
Step out of your daily routine of taking care of everyone else; treat yourself to a day of being a beautiful, sensual woman. You will tell your man you are doing this for him, but truth be told, the photographs will be just as much for you. It will make you feel like a desirable woman which will heighten your self-confidence and sexuality. This new self-confidence will not only spice up things in the bedroom, but will make you feel like you are more than just a wife, mother, housewife or bread winner. For single women, it will make you feel sexier and worthy of a good man, projecting new self-confidence that will make you more attractive to the opposite sex! And it will preserve your youth and beauty in a classy, artful way.
Even after the shoot, when you’re changing diapers or car pooling pre-teens, or cleaning house, just knowing how glamorous you looked in your shoot will make you feel like you can do anything . . . we guarantee it.
Make a promise to yourself and call us . . . just for a consultation . . . it won’t cost a dime. Our photographer will meet with you, show you the studio, available sets and get to know you by finding out what you want and letting you know what to expect. It is important for you to feel at ease with your photographer. If you feel comfortable with your photographer, it will show in your photographs . . . and you will have more fun during your session. Contact us today . . . you owe it to yourself.
If you’re not convinced, read this Redbook magazine article from a mother of three: