Location: Locket Space in Seattle…I love this studio!
I recently got this image of Lyz back from the developers…first film shot I’ve done in quite some time! Now I’m going to have to wrestle with my husband over the film camera more often…definitely going to be stealing it for some upcoming shoots!
I get it. You may reeeeaaaaallly want to try a boudoir photo shoot, for yourself or as a gift…but then, all the “what if” thoughts start. What if someone else sees? What if we break up? What if someone from work recognizes me? What if I’m just too shy? And depending on your life/career, these concerns can vary in strength. Don’t want so-and-so from marketing to be whispering about your sexy photos by the water cooler? I hear you.
Guess what? You can work around that! I’m showing some samples of sensual images that range in identity…you don’t even have to take anything off, or even show your face, if you don’t want to. It’s all about choice, and what you think will make you feel comfortable.
Let’s talk. You tell me your concerns/boundaries, and we’ll work around that.
Here’s Heather in the very last shoot I did in apt 1003, where I grew up. I miss those big windows like no ones business! It’s a slightly melancholy image which fits precisely what I was feeling that month. It was a time of reflection and saying goodbye.
Yes, it’s about time for some more man candy up in this joint…
David is an actor/model, and my second instagrammer. It’s fun for me to meet and work with people I meet on instagram. Anyway, he let me know that he was coming to Seattle last Tuesday, so we decided to get together and shoot. Thankfully, he is a cat person, as Slinky pulled his usual diva stunts…
Here’s a blast from the past…back to the only photo course I’ve even taken, to learn film and darkroom. I forgot how tedious removing dust from scanned images can be!