G's Bon à Vie boudoir photography album turned out to be just stunning, so of course I had to share a little peek of the finished album with you. You'll have to come into our Maryland boudoir photography studio to see the entire album and all the boudoir photos too brazenly sensual for the internet! In the meantime, you can read more about G's boudoir photography session here.
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And, check out the amazing review of our boudoir photography services that G wrote for us on Yelp! Thank you, G!!!
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Q had explored boudoir photographers in Northern Virginia in the past, so boudoir photography was something she'd always wanted to do. This particular boudoir photography session, was a gift from her boyfriend, and what a gift it makes for both him AND her!
Q looks so incredibly beguiling and alluring in all of her classy boudoir photos. I love each and every one of these, but as a Northern Virginia boudoir photographer who strives for artistry and creativity, I'm especially proud of the set I did with the colored gels, which add a red highlight to her hair and the edge of her body and floor and blue to the background. These were some of Q's favorites too! LOVE LOVE LOVE!!!
Beguiling boudoir photography is the gift for the both of you.
You deserve the gift of boudoir photography, and you deserve it now.
As a wedding photographer, I have long enjoyed a photography technique called "dragging the shutter" when photographing wedding receptions. "Dragging the shutter" is a way to balance the ambient light in the reception hall with the flash I use to light wedding guests on the dance floor. I would take it a step further by employing a much longer shutter speed than necessary and purposefully moving my camera while taking the picture. This would result in my subject being perfectly in focus, with the background lighting looking like it was moving or spinning. It wasn't until many years later, though, that it occurred to me to transfer this technique to boudoir photography.
~ the use of the imagination or original ideas, especially in the production of an artistic work ~
~ creative skill or ability ~
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I bake. What's your superpower?
This boudoir photography session was to be P's first professional photography session, before her cherry blossom family photography session later in the spring. At her planning & design meeting, P mentioned that she enjoyed baking, so of course we had to feature that superpower in her boudoir photography session! P is also very artsy, so I knew she'd like my own super-boudoir photographer gadget - a sort of kaleidoscope that I handmade from three pieces of thin, mirrored plexiglass. Enjoy some of my favorites from P's baking, kaleidoscopic boudoir photography session at our Clarksburg, Maryland photography studio!
I promised a while ago to share J's classy boudoir photography album! Well, here are some of my favorite spreads from her glitz n' glam boudoir photography session. J chose a 10x10 size, 20-page storybook album with a black floral fabric cover and pearl pages to feature her 45 favorite boudoir photos. Some of her boudoir photos are just too racy for public viewing, so I cropped a few of them out.
And, many thanks to J for writing an awesome 5-star review of our boudoir photography services (scroll down to see the review)!
Also, did you miss the photos of J's five-piece boudoir photography love grouping for her bedroom sitting area? Check it out here.
Get your own classy yet too racy for public viewing or classy and not too racy for public viewing boudoir photography, whichever meets your fancy!