Trash The Dress Inspiration

Trash The Dress Inspiration

This session by Gillian Gauthier is so sublime...who would have guessed the water was absolutely freezing!?! (Now that's a great model.) When I asked Gillian how she helps the bride feel so comfortable during a shoot, she replied with some great advice, "The longer the (TTD) session, the more comfortable your client feels. Everyone usually starts off a bit nervous, but the more fun, the crazier, the sexier, the better for your bride! Make sure you tell your bride she looks fabulous when she hits that perfect pose or look you are going for and encourage her to be dramatic and sexy and mysterious ... the more relaxed you are, as well, the more relaxed your client will be. Remember to have a BLAST with your client as that will show up in the images." I'd say it definitely shows up...don't you agree?


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