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.
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Well, well….here we are, two years later! This one really flew for me. It was a year of big change, as my husband and I moved to Seattle from NYC. It’s definitely been a good change along with a big adjustment. I’ve met amazing new faces, wrestled with pets to keep them out of every shot, continued on personal work, expanded the print shop by double, gotten up close and personal with nature, and generally enjoyed the beauty and culture of the Pacific Northwest.
I’ve also been doing a lot more drawing this year, and rediscovering watercolors, pastels, charcoals, and other wonderfully messy things. Maybe I’ll start showing a little of that here as well.
Is there anything in particular you’d like to see more of from me? And of course, if you’d like to set up your own photo shoot with me, please do so here: Book a shoot with Liz
Thanks for hanging out with me here!
A film shot, done in my former attic, with a mirror. Ok, that just sounded like a line from Clue.
The beautiful Nikki le Villain, burlesque performer!
How do you know you have a cool mom? The following conversation:
“Elizabeth, where did that slippery spot on the living room floor come from?”
“Um…I had a dominatrix standing on your fireplace and the slippery spot must be from the stuff that makes her catsuit shiny. Oops.”
“Oh, ok, make sure you clean it up.”
I’ve shot many a person in the shiny gear, sometimes people in the lifestyle, sometimes people just exploring with the way it feels on camera. Throw in my tendency to think of something ridiculous on the spot, and here’s a range….
Note: only put a model in the fireplace if it is clean, and more importantly, not lit…
I am one sleepy girl this week…but vintage style always cheers me up. It’s fun to shoot…in the film days, I used to stain prints with tea and lightly burn the edges to get that look. Um, away from all the chemicals of course!
I find vintage style to be a great way for first time subjects to play around with the concept of sexy. It can range from just a hint of leg peeking out from a robe, to quite nude! Up to you how you want to do it!