A Special Santa Offer

‘Tis the season for giving, so we’ve decided to put this little offer out a few days early this year. Blame it on the eggnog. 😉

Book your Valentine’s Vamptacular boudoir shoot before 11:59pm on December 31st, and we’ll sweeten the offer with a gift from Santa:

  • 1 hour 2 hours of premium boudoir photography
  • unlimited wardrobe changes
  • 5 10 retouched images at printable resolution (4″x6″)
  • 1 5″x7″ print of your favourite image
  • Dates available until February 10th
  • $200 $150

Add a second person to your session (great for a bridesmaid or bff) for $100 more and get:

  • 3 hours of photography
  • 10 retouched images each
  • 1 5″x7″ print each

Hurry! Just like Santa, this offer will be gone before you know it! Limited sessions available. E-mail now to reserve your place! 

[Photos of Susan from last year’s 12 Days Project!]


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Nora and Why Not to Use Continuous Light

I was so enjoying my results using continuous light last week that when Nora arrived for her shoot on Tuesday, I immediately set up the directional softbox once again and began shooting. Nora was fantastic! She could move, pull interesting poses out of thin air, and quickly move from one idea to another in no time.

A bit too quickly.

After we were shooting for a while, I realized that my miss rate was way up and I was less than satisfied with our results to that point. There were a few good images, but not the usual amount. The reason: I was shooting too slow due to the lower light levels and Nora was moving a lot. This meant a lot of blurring and ghosting and fewer great images to work from.

The solution: Slow Nora down for a bit, and switch to strobes for the rest. The lesson: Play to that energy and vitality, don’t try to reign it in!

The rest of the shoot flew by in a (literal) flash and I was more than pleased with the outcome. Here are some pics from both parts of the shoot.


In this set, you can see the soft and directional light from the continuous bulb. It feels and looks natural and the colours and quite rich. Nora looks fantastic. The other thing that I really like is that in the bottom right images, Nora isn’t wearing anything scandalous… it’s a full, sleeveless top and full boy shorts. They could just as easily be white gym tights. Boudoir photography can work for you, even if you’re shy about showing too much skin or want to keep your midriff covered. Stretch marks need not be an issue!

Likewise, in this set done with the studio strobes, Nora is wearing a full tank top in some images and a men’s tuxedo shirt in others. A successful boudoir image, in my mind, creates the suggestion of sexuality, without necessarily invoking any immodesty. You don’t need to be in-your-face-erotic to create provocative and sensual pictures!

If you’re ready to try some boudoir photography, now is a great time! There’s still time to get some prints done in time for Christmas and you can take advantage of our October BOGO! Book a paid shoot before the end of the month and get a gift certificate for a second shoot. Give it to a friend or lover as a gift, or come back for a second helping yourself. E-mail me now.

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