Creating Sexy Lips for a Boudoir Photo Ms. V was so much fun to work with on this shoot. We did several shots up close. I wanted to show how sexy boudoir photos can be without actually showing anything risque. This was also a fun experiment in trying something new. I had never done a […]
A Milk Bath Boudoir Photo with Roses Miss K- is always a pleasure to work with. When she told me she wanted to do a milk bath style boudoir session, I jumped at the chance to create some unique imagery. This particular photo was captured in my garage in an inflatable pool. Using milk to […]
Artistic Nude Boudoir Statue This artistic nude boudoir photo was a fun image to create. We used tempera paint to cover her body white. The paint cracked adding to the marble feeling of the session. As a first attempt at doing this type of photo, I am please with the result, but will be changing […]
Most Christians question my relationship with Jesus when I tell them I shoot boudoir photography. They really get their hackles up when I mention artistic nudes. I do have boundaries though. An artistic nude portrait shouldn’t be about sex, but rather the form and figure of the human body. As such, I have 3 very […]
Beautiful Black and White Artistic Nude An artistic nude photograph of a woman seated. I prefer nude photographs to be shot in black and white. The ultimate goal of these types of photographs is to accentuate the shape and form of the subject. Bare-skinned photography is an old art form and has received various criticisms […]
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Instagram is a great photo sharing site. It is the love and bane of photographers. Photographers love Instagram because it allows us to share our photos and is the exact medium of what we do. Unlike Facebook, Instagram is meant for photography.
I see this discussion come op every so often. Someone hires a photographer for a session and gets the photos. The photographer likely posts copies of the images to their website, Instagram and other social media. The client then complains that the photographer doesn’t own the images and needs to take them down. Well, it isn’t […]
It happens to me often. I talk with a young woman about boudoir photography and I get the question “What is that?” When I show her some photos, depending on her proclivities, I either hear “That’s cool” or “I would never do that!” Is Boudoir Photography sinful?