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A Twist on Boudoir Photography

— 04/03/2015 by Monika Wertman —

Just the other week I had the pleasure of working with a lovely young lady in creating some boudoir photos for her fiancé. While we talked during her consultation, I discovered that she collects pin-up drawings and paintings from the 1940s and suggested to style her shoot around that theme. She jumped at the opportunity. I secured my stylist for the session who transformed my client into a gorgeous 1940s gal who played her role very well during her session.

We employed some of her fiancé’s favorites into the session, including his navy shirt, a navy hat, some beautiful lingerie and a few fun props I have acquired over the years. As always with my boudoir clients, I am very mindful to sharing these photos and am only allowed to showcase the more demure images. We captured some gorgeous shots I am not allowed to share, but it is this respect for my client’s wishes that has earned me repeat business.

This session was so very successful because I incorporated a fun concept, hired my stylist for hair and make-up and allowed my client to relax and have fun. Below please look at a few samples form the session, more can be seen in the boudoir portfolio.

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