2015 Boudoir Blog - So it begins...

03rd March 2015
After being busy on other aspects of the business during January, I got to shoot my first Boudoir of 2015 a week or two back. I travelled over the border to a sunny Suffolk with my trusty assistant Amy to capture some beautiful boudoir shots. On arrival I was greeted by a very happy and clearly relaxed lady, who, dare I say it, seemed quite excited by the prospect of the shoot. There were no signs of nerves here. As always it was fun as we worked through the photo set, plenty of chat and laughs throughout. The two hours soon flew by.
Conditions outside were bright (for the most part) and aided by a nice big window to let that glorious light in, I was able to shoot most of the images using my favourite ambient light. I did finish the shoot with some low key images, which I have recently started to incorporate into my Boudoir sessions.
Although I do have a shoot plan for each session, there is always scope for one or two opportunities as they arise. Amongst the more 'standard' poses were a few 'different' shots which I absolutely love. It only takes a slight change of angle to give a shot a whole new feel, and that was definitely the case here.
Enough chatter…onto the images, after all that's what you're really interested in!!

This lady preferred to avoid eyes to camera….

..which works really well in Boudoir.

This is a classic Boudoir pose, one which is requested by nearly every lady having a shoot.

One of my favourites from the shoot. The subtle, warm tones are beautiful and the pose is just fantastic.

One of the low key images I took to close the session.

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