I’m excited to tell you that I’ve been using a shared studio space for my Northern Virginia and Washington DC boudoir sessions. I’d like to offer the studio option for your boudoir session as opposed to the other preferred locations I normally shoot in. Don’t get me wrong, we can still have your session in those locations as those offer a certain look, if that’s what you are trying to achieve for your session. But this studio location is just as gorgeous and located in Northern Virginia. There are lots of options for this space and scheduling is more flexible.

Here’s a little peek into the studio.

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Photographers, artists, any creative person, I think, goes through a creative phase. Like Picasso’s blue period for example. I’ve been really drawn to a more moody look with more dramatic lighting. So I thought it would be a good idea to create what I’ve been feeling lately and I guess I’ve been feeling kinda moody and mysterious. So I grabbed a friend of mine and dressed her up. It’s always a lot of fun when I get to style the session (ie go shopping!) and collaborate on looks with the makeup artist. I also took this opportunity to also try out this boudoir session in a studio rather than my typical locations, and I actually loved shooting in the studio. I’d love to do more shoots there.

Here are some of my favorite images.

I thought I’d try some different editing too. This isn’t my normal black and white but I really liked how this type of black and white goes with this image. My normal black and white tends to have a warmer tone to it, where this one is much cooler. I can imagine this blown up and printed on a metal canvas with this look. It would so good!

 

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