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Wedding Boudoir Photography

Bjorn Beheydt , May 30, 2007; 07:06 p.m.

I am looking into the wedding boudoir thing, and am looking for examples. However, alot of searches on google did not really reveal alot that I liked (as wedding boudoir photography that is). Can you show me your favourite Wedding Boudoir Photo's?

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Todd K. , May 30, 2007; 07:14 p.m.

Bjorn, here is the deal. I do not do any type of boudoir photography because my friends who have gotten into that ended up doing only that...and not because that is what they wanted. Does that make sense? What I am trying to say is that once you get a reputation for doing boudoir photography, it can be hard to get any other type of business.

Anne Almasy , May 30, 2007; 07:27 p.m.

I know several photographers who offer boudoir photographs, but they do not show it publicly on their site. You would probably have better luck picking up a book on boudoir photography. Those women are models and aren't as concerned with privacy. :)

Alex DC , May 30, 2007; 08:40 p.m.

Jessica Claire posts her boudoir sessions on her blog at http://www.jessicaclaire.net/ scroll down, and enter the password which she gives you. They are stunning, as are her weddings. Her brides are always so gorgeous.

Sarah Quiara , May 31, 2007; 02:03 a.m.

Bobbi posts some of hers on her blog, too :

www.bobbiandmike.com

She rocks :)

I've never heard of anyone getting a bad reputation for doing boudoir photos. I did one of these a few weeks ago and it was really fun.

Good luck!

Ni Gentry , May 31, 2007; 04:00 a.m.

Jessica Claire gives out the passwords to anybody? Can you send them to me ;-)

Ni Gentry , May 31, 2007; 04:03 a.m.

>> "I did one of these a few weeks ago and it was really fun."

Which side of the camera were you on Sarah ;-)

Bjorn Beheydt , May 31, 2007; 04:19 a.m.

Thanks for all the responses! And definately for the links to CLaire and Bobbi's blogs, they are really great photographers. Especially Bobbi's boudoir-work is more in the line of what I am thinking of, but I would make it more 'wedding' directed. My intentions of doing boudoir shoots would also be wedding-related only. But I think that the term I'm using is perhaps not totally correct, maybe FYEO, For Your Eyes Only, is a better term?

Bob Schnell , May 31, 2007; 10:59 a.m.

Totally unrelated observation - and please don't slam me, but I have to say it. Is there any photographer in the world who photographs themselves more than Jessica Clair? Fantastic photographer, love her work, love her drive, but damn! Every blog entry, everywhere are photos of her. She is adorable of course, but I'm just sayin'.

Of course, I am a homely mope - which is why I'm on the other side of the camera.

Amanda Lock , May 31, 2007; 01:37 p.m.

For Jessica Claire's boudoir shoots; her password is always claire. Another boudoir photographer is Skye Blu. Her site is:

http://www.skyebluphotography.com/boudoirgallery.html

Jennifer Skog (www.jenniferskogphotography.com) also does fantastic boudoir shoots- you can see some of her stuff in her blog.


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