This is the latest in my ongoing bodyscape project. Aside from the obvious reasons for enjoying this type of project, I particularly like the challenge of trying to create something fresh and bold while maintaining (I hope) a sense of tasteful beauty.
Part of my ongoing bodyscape exploration project, this image was especially fun to create. Simple lighting combined with a great model and a lot of micro-tweaking of body parts resulted in a shot that we were both thrilled to see come to life.
I’ve been getting a surge of requests lately from people wanting to book holiday portrait sessions – particularly glamour / boudoir photography sessions. If you’ve been thinking about a unique gift for that special someone, now’s the time to do something about it. Call or click to book your session now, before time runs out.
In addition to traditional photographic prints, we can print your intimate portrait on a variety of specialty substrates, including canvas and fine art paper. Due to time constraints, Holiday orders will receive special attention, but don’t forget that we need to factor in shipping time, as well, for orders being sent out of state.
While you’re at it, it’s not too early to start thinking about Valentine’s day. What are your plans?
It’s not unusual for people to ask me how I got the model to cooperate with shooting on location and they’re surprised to hear that she was actually photographed in the studio.
A digital composite is the result of digitally manipulating and assembling multiple images to create a single integrated final image. One of images in my fine art nude portfolio is an example of a digital composite created in Photoshop from two separate images. It’s not unusual for people to ask me how I got the model to cooperate with shooting on location and they’re surprised to hear that she was actually photographed in the studio. To me, that means I succeeded with what I set out to do: Combine two separate photographs, taken years apart at different locations and under completely different conditions, into one believable final image.
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