Last weekend I got together with some fellow boudoir/beauty photographers for some just for fun shooting. Brian Houle hosted us in his Bay City studio. I had a great time meeting new people and practicing with some alternate forms of light . Here are a few from the day… a mix of natural and studio light, but all beautiful thanks to our stunning model!
Last summer I had a client request an outdoor boudoir shoot. I was all about it! In fact, I think I am going to have a day of boudoir marathons outside this summer because I enjoyed it so much. Here is just a tiny glimpse…
Another gorgeous past client has come forward this week to allow me to share a couple images from her session. This session was quite a few months ago so she was worried I wouldn’t care to share any more. Note to all past clients: I want to share! I love to share! Without you awesome and brave ladies letting me share your images and your stories, I would not be anywhere near where I am today in my boudoir business. I thank you so so much for it!
I am excited to announce that I will be holding my first boudoir workshop!
I was presented the opportunity by my friend Mary, a co-owner of Studio M Portraits in Holt, MI, to present at their studio to other photographers my knowledge on the art of boudoir.
I’m honored to be asked and am eager to teach others some of what I’ve learned along the way, shooting boudoir for the past 3 years.
Date: March 8th, 2014
Workshop is open to 10 attendees.
10:00 – light breakfast
10:30 – shooting and posing Model 1
12:00 – lunch
1:00 – shooting and posing Model 2 (workin’ it with curves)
2:30 – question and answer, prize drawings! We are working on some awesome prizes for attendees. 🙂
3:30 – say goodbye
**Attendees will have the opportunity to shoot models and use images for your portfolio.
$700 $650 for the next person who signs up!
**A $200 deposit is required to hold your seat. Remaining balance due 1 week prior to workshop.
Registration: How Do You Sign Up?
Those who are interested will need to submit an email request to myself at email@example.com with the subject title: Workshop.I will be screening entries for the safety of our models. We want to be careful to not let just anyone with a dSLR camera in to take pictures.
Please include in your email your location and a link to your boudoir website and/or facebook page. If you do not have boudoir specific online presence at this time, links to your regular website/fb pages are fine.
Miss C is a client from several months ago who recently has given me permission to share a few images from her session. Loved her shoot!