My mother-in-law has been visiting us in Hawaii for the last 2 weeks and before she left I really wanted to get a picture of her with George and Sophia. Unfortunately, Sophia wasn’t up for taking pictures so it ended up being a photo of George and Betty. We love you, mom!
Danielle is getting married this summer and she wanted to do a fun bridal boudoir shoot for her fiancé. She was super cool and she let me share a few pics from the shoot. I wish them both a beautiful and happy life together! I’m so excited for them!
TIP: Usually brides get a trial hair and makeup session done prior to their wedding. This is a perfect time to schedule a photo shoot so you can see how everything will look in pictures. Photo shoots are fun but it can take energy and time so doing a shoot prior to your wedding day may be something to consider.
FOUND: The veil is an accessory that can be a fun addition in bridal boudoir photos and it can also cost a few hundred dollars. I found this veil at Walmart for $6.
Lovely shared with me her affinity for vintage fashion and I asked her if she would like to do a shoot. I love how bold she looks in her acid-washed denim jacket outfit and how feminine and sweet she looks in lace. Such a fun shoot!
I’ve been wanting to learn photography for years, and since digital cameras have become such beasts I felt it was time to delve into this amazing medium. I love how immediate photography is and how I can capture my perspective of the world through it. I didn’t expect to learn boudoir photography, let alone start a new venture in it, but it has been so much fun and the super-talented Christa Meola has been such an inspiration.
Boudoir photography has been growing in popularity, especially with moms and brides who want to give a fun and flirty gift to their husbands. It also has a reputation for scantily clad women in lingerie, in very seductive poses and facial expressions. My perspective on boudoir and my style of photography has a slightly different direction than the more provocative boudoir styles out there. I focus on the spirit and emotions of the woman. Her vivaciousness, laughter, silliness, strength, and confidence are all accessories that make her who she is. Those are the elements that make her unique and give her that gorgeous glow.