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Embrace Elegance at 50+: Alishba’s Exclusive Boudoir Photography in Toronto

I’m Alishba, your confidante and artist at Dream Boudoir Photography, where we celebrate the timeless elegance of women in their prime. If you’re a woman over 50, nestled anywhere from

Barbies of Dream Boudoir Toronto

The other day when I was scrolling through social media, I came across this beautiful write up which I am sharing with you here with permission from the woman who
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Surrealist Portraiture — Why I do it

In art, there’s technique for creating an illusion of three-dimensions (depth and space) on a two-dimensional (flat) surface. This technique is called Perspective Art, for this is what makes a

Almost Canceled and Glad she didn’t

View this post on Instagram She almost canceled her already booked Dream Boudoir session! 😮 A post shared by #1 Boudoir Photog 🇨🇦 Alishba (@dreamboudoirphotography) on Apr 30, 2019 at

She thought she felt Beautiful on her wedding day…

View this post on Instagram When you feel more beautiful than you did on your wedding day! 😭🤗😘💕 A post shared by #1 Boudoir Photog 🇨🇦 Alishba (@dreamboudoirphotography) on Nov

Here’s how to handle a Valentine’s day break up

AMANDA View this post on Instagram This beautiful woman spent Valentine’s Day with us at the studio after having gone through heartbreak. We treated her with a rose, Valentine’s mousse,
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Boudoir and Prosthetic Glass Eye

🦋When we first started Lora’s boudoir shoot in Toronto studio, this beautiful mother and business owner was concerned how her prosthetic glass eye would impact the images. Prosthetics or not,

First all-female spacewalk temporarily a no-go by NASA because there aren’t enough spacesuits

This breaks my heart but I understand. The problem is that only 11% of NASA – National Aeronautics and Space Administration identifies as women that’s why you can’t find a “broad
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