Saturday, May 2, 2009

Boudoir | KT

One of the fun things I get to do with my brides are boudoir sessions. I have shot quite a few lately but due to the 'surprise' factor, I've had to keep them off the blog but this session I can share a few of the PG ones :)

It's sessions like these that make me fall more and more in love with people. When a woman sheds everything and exposes her vulnerability to be captured...documented...encapsulated... it's such a beautiful thing. When I was 18 and a freshman in college, I thought I was going to be a graphic designer and took a figure drawing class as a part of my art requirement. Leading a fairly sheltered life growing up, I remember being embarrassed feeling like a public display of nudity (translate: vulnerability) was unacceptable but through that semester I learned to embrace, celebrate, and find the beauty in the vulnerability and what an amazing creation the human form is. Ever since then I have been fascinated by the beauty of the human body. I believe every woman should experience a session like this at least once in their life.

Anyway, Miss KT came up to beautiful Marblehead and we shot a few at the apartment before heading to the woods... That's right, we hiked a few trails into the woods for some "fun fun"... At one point I saw a dog walker coming down the trail and grabbed a sheet frantically tossing it across the marsh. The passer-by was quite confused and threw a few wry glances at a naked woman standing in the woods wrapped in a sheet. haha.







9 comments:

erica said...

great shots!!

Mark W. said...

Lovin' that chair shot Shyla!

Lacy Dagerath said...

These are great! She's gorgeous! LOVE that chair/shot too! Does she kind of look like Ashley Judd to anyone else?...

Karen (Mikols) Bonar said...

that red chair is just smokin'!!!!!!

chipgillespie said...

Dude, you so rock!!

I miss your face.

Pizzuti Studios Photography said...

Great work here, your use of flare is extraordinary!!!

R.E.PhotoDesign said...

Gorgeous shots! She looks amazing!!

Tony said...

Very Pretty!!

Ewan Phelan said...

Really love the lighting in the second photo. Great set!

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