lovely pics, thank you for sharing.
1)have a digital camera around, even if you have to borrow one. a digital camera allows you to take more pics without worrying about wasting film, allows you to see them right after in case you're trying for a particular shot. leave the option of pics up to your partner, and dont be attached to how many, if any, or the quality.
2)do not look at them right away. i know a lot of mamas who have no trouble looking right away, but i made a mistake by looking just about 12 hours after. my memory of the pain was brought to the forefront in a time when i had all but forgotten it. the pictures were so raw and near to my soul. i should have waited a week or two.
3)dont worry about being modest! your choice to share the pics is off in the distant future. there are pics i have shared and pics i havent, but it has nothing to do with how much of my body is showing. some of the pics from k's b irth captured expressions that remind me so much of what her birth was like, and they are of the more personal nature. others are more generic. you make the choice to share or not share later- not something you should be worrying about at all.
of course i *want* to have pics, but it is ok if i dont get them. i dont have any from t's birth, and the experience is still there, magical in my mind. with this birth i may be with dh, the kids, or alone- who knows? pics are just icing if we get them.