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Boudoir / Sensual photography

Enter a non-judgemental environment created for the sole purpose of self expression. A place where you can just be you. Peel away layers of restriction, break free of any shackles of shame. Embrace, Empower, and Build confidence. Discover / Express the most vibrant aspects of you.

Boudoir photography or sensual photography, is a photographic style featuring intimate, sensual, romantic, and sometimes erotic images of its subjects in a photographic studio, bedroom or private dressing room environment, primarily intended for the private enjoyment of the subject and his or her romantic partners. It is distinct from glamour and art nude photography in that it is usually more suggestive rather than explicit in its approach to nudity and sexuality, features subjects who do not regularly model, and produces images that are not intended to be seen by a wide audience, but rather to remain under the control of the subject.


The Point of Boudoir Photography

The simplest answer is, everyone is discovering they are true beauty, and are also treating themselves to boudoir sessions because they are confident enough to do so. When it comes to boudoir, and everything else in life, it does not matter what size you are, age, or any other details you might think are important enough to keep you from having this experience. Your curves, blemishes, scars tell a story of your journey. Everyone is worthy of their own boudoir session. Your boudoir session is literally whatever you want it to be. Once the session is over, you leave with pride, refreshed, more confident, and with stunning images of your glamorous moments at the studio.


Life milestones

Technically, Boudoir photography is for everyone. Perhaps recently you found yourself questioning who the real you is. It can be a way to embrace your body and decide to mark special occasions like anniversaries, birthdays, life milestones (such as pregnancy and weight loss) and even a way to celebrate overcoming domestic violence or breast cancer.


Erotic photography

Erotic photography is a style of art photography of an erotic, sexually suggestive or sexually provocative nature. After the 1960s erotic photography began to be less commonly referred to as such, and to be increasingly described as glamour photography. Erotic photography generally produces a composed image of a subject in a still position. Though the subjects of erotic photography are usually completely or mostly unclothed, that is not a requirement. Erotic photography should be distinguished from nude photography, which contains nude subjects not necessarily in an erotic situation, and pornographic photography, which is of a sexually explicit nature. Pornographic photography generally does not claim any artistic or aesthetic merit. Erotic photographs are normally intended for commercial use, including mass-produced items such as decorative calendars, pinups and for men's magazines, such as Penthouse and Playboy, but sometimes the photographs are intended to be seen only by a subject's partner. The subjects of erotic photographs may be professional models, celebrities or amateurs. Very few well-known entertainers have posed nude for photographs. The first entertainer to pose nude for photographs was the stage actress Adah Isaacs Menken (1835–1868). On the other hand, a number of well-known film stars have posed for pinup girl photographs and been promoted in photography and other media as sex symbols. Traditionally, the subjects of erotic photographs have been female, but since the 1970s erotic images of men have also been published.


Low key photography

Low-key is a term that describes images that are dark and contain few highlight areas. The main use of low-key lighting as a creative visual tool is to accentuate the shape and contour of a subject, by leaving additional lighting (fill light, for example) at a bare minimum, or omitting it entirely. Low-key lighting is also often used in cinema to create dramatic, moody effects, in many types of films from romance to horror..


High key photography

Low-key is a term that describes images that are dark and contain few highlight areas. The main use of low-key lighting as a creative visual tool is to accentuate the shape and contour of a subject, by leaving additional lighting (fill light, for example) at a bare minimum, or omitting it entirely. Low-key lighting is also often used in cinema to create dramatic, moody effects, in many types of films from romance to horror..