“Beauty is in the eye of the beholder” is an accurate quote by Margaret Wolfe Hungerford. Everyone views beauty differently: some find it in nature, some in the busy streets of cities. It especially varies when we’re talking about the beauty of people.
Sadly, sometimes people feel insecure in their own bodies. Maybe it’s because of some body issues—scars, age. There are many factors that can bring our confidence down. Then we can’t let our inner beauty shine through.
Emily London is a photographer with the goal of getting rid of any insecurities women have and making them feel like the queens they are. She helps women feel confident in their own skin by giving them incredible makeovers and then capturing their portraits. The women get transformed into models and Hollywood divas that could easily be on the most popular magazine covers or movie screens.
This is some more information about Emily from her website: “I know what beautiful looks like. I can see yours. I know how to bring it forward, and how to capture it with my camera. I also know what it’s like to be a woman who struggles to see her own beauty. That’s why I’ve made it my mission to create the most beautiful portraits you have ever had. I want to show you how beautiful you are; to help you reconnect with the woman you see in your portraits, and be awed by her again.” Emily is based in Salt Lake City. She has two children and a German shepherd. Her hobbies include playing the ukulele.
Many women have been made over by Emily. Here are some testimonials from them found on Emily’s website: “Using these elegant photos for marketing has catapulted my business and brand. Emily will deliver, then exceed, the look, style, and feel you are after. Her work is incredibly beautiful, and it reflects her heart and skill. My photo sessions with Emily will forever be some of my most treasured days.” – Rachel
“Treated like a Queen, nurtured, and bathed in love. This portrait taken by the magnificent Emily London envelops the feeling of my life, breathing light into what once was, what is, and what will be.” – Carita