Feel {Sexy} In Your Skin

I recently was able to partake in another boudoir shoot with a client of mine that has been close to my side for quite sometime. This shoot was a gift to her from me. She has helped me along the way so much and I want her to know how much I appreciate it. Mallory is a truly amazing woman and anyone can learn a lot from her, but sadly she doesn’t see how truly beautiful she really is, she knows it on the outside but she is just as equally beautiful on the outside. This is the reason I decided to do a boudoir shoot with her. These are the first time she is seeing the photographs and I hope she feels beautiful because Mallory, as your photographer, and your friend I think you deserve to know how truly wonderful you are.

I hope you enjoy the photos.

Video {Bio}

I have finally finished it! I now have a video bio available for all of you to view! This video is an example of a photo session I had with Marjorie a few weeks ago. I hope it gives all of my clients a view as to what it is like to work with me. Of  course every shoot is different but I think this will be helpful. I hope you all enjoy it! Let me know what you think! Thank you everyone for being so supportive! Click on the photo below to view the video!

What is too {Small} and What is too {Big}?

To me, when it comes to prints of friends, family and loved ones, big is never too big! I personally think the bigger the better! I have a lot of my clients consistently buying 8x10in and 11x14in prints. I understand, that those are the cheapest, but if you going to invest in portraits I believe you might as well go big or go home, or invest in a few large prints rather than a lot of small prints. An 8x10in is a great size but if you plan to hang it on your wall, a large print start from 20x24in to 30x40in are great sizes! A wall is very big and when you place a tiny print it doesn’t make a huge impact it was made to make and it is always hard to make out what to photo really is across the room. I have included a photo to help photographers and clients see what size prints really are and what would look the best on your wall in your home. This photo really shows what is too {small} and what is too {big}.


I hope this helps everyone! If you have any questions about prints and sizes feel free to ask, I’m always glad to help!

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