Category Archives: Boudoir Inspiration

Boudoir Photo Shoot Inspiration: Spring Ballet

Boudoir Photo Shoot Inspiration: Spring Ballet   I’m over winter already. This could prove to be problematic since I’ve been told that winter is, in fact, still on it’s way. Are these people serious? If so, we really need to get someone on that. Winter ought to begin at the end of November, give us...

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Boudoir Photographer: Inspirational Boudoir Photographs by Raphael Mazzucco

Boudoir Photographer: Inspirational Boudoir Photographs by Raphael Mazzucco Sometimes I think I’m getting pretty good at this photography thing. Inevitably, that feeling is followed by discovering another boudoir photographer or photographer in a similar genre who is ridiculously good and puts me right back in my place. I used to find looking at the work of these...

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International Boudoir Photography: a Destination Photography Session in Paris

International Boudoir Photography: a Destination Photography Session in Paris So, I was recently in Paris for work….if you can call doing a destination photography session with beautiful people (Natasha & Derek) in the most romantic city in the world “work” that is:) Although it was a very quick trip, it was such a great experience...

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Boudoir Photography: A Paris Destination Photo Shoot

Boudoir Photography: A Paris Destination Photo Shoot  Bonjour! Just a quick sneak peek on the blog this week… I’m back from a whirlwind tour of Paris, which was absolutely beautiful, inspiring, and over far too quickly. I managed to absolutely wreck my feet (note to self: buy proper, functional tourist shoes) but I had a lovely time...

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London Boudoir Photography: A Halloween Boudoir Photography flashback with the lovely Cassie

London Boudoir Photography: A Halloween Boudoir Photography flashback with the lovely Cassie A few of you might remember this Halloween inspired London Boudoir Photography session, which we did about a year ago. It’s an oldie-but-goodie, and I just couldn’t resist bringing it out of the shadows one more time. It’s edgy and a bit darker...

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