“Love is like a friendship caught on fire. In the beginning a flame, very pretty, often hot and fierce, but still only light and flickering. As love grows older, our hearts mature and our love becomes as coals, deep-burning and unquenchable.” ~Bruce Lee
Things Just Got A Little More Interesting: Valentine’s Boudoir
Today I’d like to tell you about a new photography service that I will be offering to you: boudoir photography. Now, this isn’t like all the other things you see on the blog. In fact, after today, you probably won’t see much of it again. Because it’s a little more private than the other things I do. But just for today, I asked and received special permission from these ladies to show a few of their photos to you.
Truth is, I had been kind of avoiding boudoir photography. I wasn’t sure it was going to be a good fit for me as a photographer or whatever. But a friend asked me to make some for her, so I gave it a try. Turns out I’m pretty good at it. And it’s not at all painful. In fact, it’s pretty damn empowering. Because one of the most awesome things I can do with a camera is show someone how amazing they are. So we totally should do this. You and me.
Here’s how it goes. After your session, your photos will be professionally edited and presented to you for your approval in private, password-protected online proofing gallery. From the gallery, you can order prints, albums, gallery wraps, and more. You can also share the private link to the gallery with your friends. As with all sessions, your gorgeous high resolution finished images will be delivered to you in a custom designed jewel box suitable for display.
All Atlanta area boudoir sessions include professional hair and makeup. Clients outside Atlanta will need to help me find the stylist, but will still include professional styling. Oh, and champagne. Naturally.
If you think you would like to book a boudoir session, or include it as a part of your wedding package, email me today and we can discuss the details.
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