Helping Your Clients Find Their Inner Goddess – with Natasha Ince

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Learn how to create an incredible experience for your maternity clients that leaves them feeling empowered and amazing in their images.

In this episode, Natasha shares her insight on how to inspire confidence in your clients (and yourself) and how her mindset about self-care has changed her own outlook and inspired others.

Discover more about Natasha Ince



Natasha strives to empower women and make them feel amazing. She was drawn to photograph women since becoming a Mother herself 5 years ago, and she noticed that women rarely exist in their photo albums.  It made her push for more women to be in front of her camera.

Natasha loves to be glamorous and sexy and she felt there was something missing for women who aren’t models in the industry but still love that fashionable, fine art style.  She strives to find the inner Goddess in every woman and feels her studio is a stage, and she is there to direct their performance.

Natasha has had a camera since she was 11 years old.  She has always photographed people, made films, and had an interest in editing.  She was a singer/songwriter before She started her own photography business, so performing on stage and being theatrical has heavily influenced her images.

Natasha has been named Maternity Photographer of the year a few times with Guild Of Photographers (2018 &2019) WPPI (1st half 2020) and The Rise Awards 2020.

Resources shared in this episode:

Paulina Duczman episode

Elin Chrom

AR backdrops

Mii Estilo

Alli Peck – Glow

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