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A natural model: no makeup, no stylist, yet simply stunning

Posted by on Jul 10, 2011 in Athletes in boudoir photos, NYC boudoir pictures | 1 comment

There’s nothing that makes my job more fun than enjoying the company of a smart, gorgeous, self-deprecating, natural model. This very tall, very fit young woman, went on and on about how she couldn’t bend, twist and pose at all….but, really? The results speak for themselves…one picture after another was great…SHE was great,...

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Fine art nudes in boudoir photography

Posted by on Jul 5, 2011 in Black and White, Boudoir photography, leg shots, Naked pictures, NYC boudoir pictures |

New Orleans is one of my most favorite cities in the world. I love the food, the music, the art and the dare-me-not culture. I learned today that costume parties in NoLo are competitive…this client says if you show up to her festive parties in a store-bought costume, you are put in costume jail or are asked to strip naked (which the police turn a blind eye to). Which would you...

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The June 19th Beauty #2

Posted by on Jun 19, 2011 in leg shots, Lingerie photos, NYC boudoir pictures |

I know it gets repetitive looking at one great pair of legs after another, or shot after shot from the back with the head cut off….but most of these clients are very selective about what I can show. Often, the sexiest, most beautiful shots include heads! Shock! Imagine that? A beautiful, albeit, recognizable, head in the picture. Soooo…sorry, ladies. I have so much more gorgeous stuff that I just can’t share…such a...

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The June 16th Beauty

Posted by on Jun 16, 2011 in Boudoir photography, leg shots |

A perfect, matching pair of legs. Simply perfect.

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The June 9th Beauty #2

Posted by on Jun 9, 2011 in Black and White, Boudoir photography, Boudoir pictures with men's clothing, leg shots, NYC boudoir pictures |

Can you tell I’m looking for a radically different look? A lot of people don’t like blown out backgrounds in photos because the subject has nowhere to “be”. I like it. I’ve used it a lot. It’s hard to get good, flattering back shots. It was amazing to me and this client how one shot looked very muscular while another shot made her look very...

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