A gallery of my work organized by year.
Set four is a bit more relaxed and informal than the first few. Most of the lighting in this one is from my 60inch softbox that’s almost too big to fit in the house. Enjoy.
After about half an hour of shooting, Kerstin started to lose a bit of her nervousness and get playful. She had a great little mask with her which I thought matched the bustier she wanted to use for at least one set. The two together made for a very playful, alluring set.
(no nudity, but suggestive)
Yesterday I kicked off a week long series of posts from a boudoir shoot with the beautiful Kerstin. We continue today with the first real set from that evening. It’s always a challenge shooting a model’s first shoot, doubly so for one with any level of sensuality attached to it. As you’ll see over the next few days, though, Kerstin really came out of her shell pretty quickly and lost herself in the fun of the shoot.
I give you; Day Two.
(no nudity, but suggestive themes)
My niece Kerstin approached me a while ago to do an extended boudoir shoot as a gift to her partner. After the book I had printed of the photos was given and the gift thoroughly enjoyed by both of them, I was given the all-clear to post a few of the hundred+ photos from 8 different costume changes.
It was, without a doubt, a most incredible evening. In going through and picking out the photos, I realized that just dumping all of them into one blog post wouldn’t do them justice. I’ll be posting a small selection from each set. This is the first of those sets. As always, I welcome your comments.
(no nudity, but suggestive themes ahead)
A vast majority of boudoir and sensual photography is shot with high key, or bright natural lights. I thought, what could you do with low key, soft lighting and a willing model? Here are a few of the images from a couple of hours of experimentation. No nudity, but lingerie is still NSFW in most places, so it’s behind the cut. Enjoy.
There are times when you have to put away the strobes and umbrellas and just let nature light the way. I love the softness of early morning light through the window and the way to caresses a woman’s skin. I hope you enjoy these photos as much as I enjoyed taking them.
With a camera, a bed, a red dress and my ever lovely wife, Wendi, how could I go wrong on a Wednesday evening?
The beauty of a mother-to-be is not just in the visions of her pregnant body, but are just as visible in the images of the woman herself. I give you a few more photos of the lovely Kerstin. I took these as part of a pregnancy photo shoot of her back in April, but felt they deserved their own showcase separate from the one focusing on her pregnancy.
(click the title above to see all of the images)
This theme is a bit unclear on what to do in places. I’m working on that. Click on the headline of the post to see the post, photos and comments. Clicking just on the photo only takes you to the photo, not the rest of the post. I’m working on a fix for that. I’m also in the market for a new theme and would love suggestions for photography oriented themes that integrate seamlessly with NextGen Gallery.