You can see her beauty portraits, but you’re not going to get to see any of M’s boudoir portraits. Since 2014, the studio policy is to not show any of our clients’ boudoir images on our website, facebook, or instagram. I absolutely adore the practice of boudoir photography and celebrate the female body, but the portraits that are created are often intimate, personal photos intended to be enjoyed by two people: the subject and their Significant Other. Additionally, it is virtually impossible to completely control how images are dispersed and used online. Every day literally millions of women are globally exploited both physically and online, and the studio values the privacy, safety, and dignity of every client who walks in the door. We will not share your most valuable photos online. Those are for you, and no one else.
M came to the studio for not only boudoir, but also beauty portraits as a gift to her fiance for their wedding – we created an absolutely stunning, incredible array of breathtaking images which she ultimately decided to put in the studio’s new and beautiful “Reveal” Folio box. While her boudoir images are not shown, some of the beauty images we created are below. Thinking about a beauty or boudoir photoshoot? Or a hybrid, like M did? Leave some love in the comments below!