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Red hot Valentine’s Day outfit

Posted by on Jan 23, 2012 in Boudoir photography, Lingerie photos | 2 comments

Red hot Valentine’s Day outfit

Hot Valentine’s Day outfit Nothing pleases your man more than a hot Valentine outfit. Are you planning something a little special this Valentine’s Day? This red hot little number will definitely spice things up. This Sterling Long Lace-Up Camisole is $125 at Trashy.com…(notice that it’s modeled by the infamous Masuimi-Max) Defining red hot lingerie Ladies, if you’re planning the perfect Valentine’s Day outfit, keep this very important thing in mind. Men...

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The most beautiful wedding gift ever

Posted by on Jan 8, 2012 in Boudoir photography, Creative boudoir pictures, NYC boudoir pictures |

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Pin-up illustration by Igor Lukyanov

Posted by on Aug 1, 2011 in Boudoir photography, Creative boudoir pictures |

Here’s a new idea…..hire this talented illustrator to translate your boudoir photo into a stylized, pin-up drawing! I love his work….visit Igor Lukyanov’s website to learn more.

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Gorgeous black women in boudoir photos

Posted by on Jul 31, 2011 in Sexy black women in boudoir photos, Sexy boudoir photos |

Black women do amazing things with their hair. Ok, maybe women of all colors have the same options, but it seems the black women do it in such grand, stunning style.

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Two moods of boudoir photography: dark and light

Posted by on Jul 31, 2011 in Boudoir photography, NYC boudoir pictures |

What keeps photography interesting for me is the constant problem-solving. Pictures that are interesting to me make me feel things, or wonder what my clients are thinking about. Since virtually all my clients are dependent on me to position them and direct their facial expressions, I feel like I’ve done my job when I can this kind of range out of them. The first image is dark, introspective and turned inward. The second is the opposite. It’s engaged with the viewer, it’s...

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