It was such a beautiful weekend. I am so happy I got to spend a little one on one time with the hubby and oldest daughter. We went to check out a new trail and I have to say it's very pretty. Here are some pictures I was able to capture while we were there. I think it was too cold for most of the swamp creatures, but I did manage to catch a few.
What exactly is a boudoir session?
Well, here you go. A boudoir session is done in anything from lounging sleepwear to nothing at all. Some women even wear dresses or skirts and blouses. Your picture is taken usually in a bedroom setting, but can be taken anywhere you feel comfortable with. Feel free to let your imagination run wild. Poses range from very modest and sweet posing to more sultry, seductive posing. Again, this all depends on what you are comfortable with doing. Each boudoir session is completely different from the next. Every person is different and has different tastes.
I'm interested, but I'm no supermodel. How would that work?
I have rarely had a client that was built like a Runway Model. Most of my clients are average size and build. I have had curvy clients also, and every single one has loved not only their finished portraits, but their experience as well. We all want to feel pampered and beautiful and we are all beautiful no ma…
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Camera Shy or Camera Bug The Life of a Photograher
So, you are at a family function and you see the perfect photo op. You swiftly pull out your camera. You get it all fired up and peep in your viewfinder ready to snap that "kodak" moment and you realize your subject is on to you. Whether they are camera shy, or the opposite, a camera bug, you can't get the shot you wanted. What do you do? Camera Shy I love when I catch my kids in their own element. I have to be a stealthy ninja to actually catch it on camera. Normally,I quietly grab my phone because it is the least obtrusive and try to quickly get it in camera mode. Then, I hope for the best and try to snap. Usually, they catch me and the moment is lost. Does this every happen to you? How do you try and catch your special moments on camera? Find me on Facebook, Google+, and Instagram