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Im so proud of u! You looked amazing!!!
If you wanna share without EVERYONE seeing them but maybe a select few, try opening up a snapfish, fliker , photobucket , etc account , have it set to private and give people a link or password in order to see them personally.
SO glad u brought out your sexy! I knew u could!
Hey ladies! So I did have my photo shoot. It was a very fun time and some hilarity did ensue! The photographer is now a friend and one of my best friends came down to give me moral support and just help out. The corset arrived just in the nick of time so that was good.
I do have to say that as someone who is not girly or romantic or even feels at all comfortable trying to 'look sexy' I am amazed at how the photos came out and I will do it again. It was freeing. Liberating feeling. And overall, it has been a really positive experience. This was for my fella's birthday/Valentine's Day. The photographer had a family emergency so I don't have the book I was going to make up for him just yet but on his birthday last week I emailed him 3 of the photos along with a letter explaining how I feel about him and why I chose to do this photo shoot for him. It went over VERY WELL! I think that he was as surprised by my being willing to go in front of a camera for him (I hide when the cameras come out normally) and I was surprised that he reacted in such a outwardly positive way. He is always supportive , etc but he is not demonstrative or 'reactive', if you know what I mean.
So, I suggest all you sexy ladies find yourself a photographer and gets some of these done up for your loved one or for yourself. I saw bits of my own 'sexiness' that I had never realized were there by seeing myself in some of these pictures.
I can't figure out how to share the pictures here. They are not online because I am not keeping these 'online' so I don't have a link. Anyway to share or advice on how to share some of these here?
Edited by: CALIPIDGIOUS at: 2/14/2013 (08:15)
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