What would professional images of your private, intimate appearance do for you?
Is your self-image limited to what you glimpse, glance, or gaze at in the mirror? What would it mean to view yourself in your best light? How differently might you think of yourself, if you had a clearer perception of how you really look, objectively yet professionally portrayed?
When it comes to intimate images, your best audience may, in fact, be you! It can be important enough just to see yourself more accurately. But you may also want to document the before, during, and after of a new exercise regimen, a weight-loss program, make-up experiments, or even cosmetic surgery. And there may be a special someone you choose to let in on how that secret you looks, to whom you would show-off what a professionally-produced image shows that you really do look like.
Who could make such images happen? Fall River Photo does.
ONE OTHER QUESTION YOU MAY HAVE
Why not just take selfies?
Selfies are fun. Spontaneous. Cheaper than professional images. They are easy to play with, filter, modify, and share. Do take selfies. But also take a moment to compare your best selfie with any professional image of yourself. What do you notice? Is your head really that shape? Are certain features more or less proportional? You can, of course, angle a selfie to make some parts look bigger. But when your face is showing, it’s usually your nose or your forehead or your chin and lips that are exaggerated. Even when you know how to use “distortion correction,” selfies never quite look like yourself. So, do take selfies. But compare them to a professional image. You need to see yourself as others do…others who are sometimes a little further from you than the end of your arm.
You deserve to see yourself in your best light.