I posted several Boudoir Looks over the past months. You can catch the roundup here. This session request happened afterward.... Bonus!
When she suggested it, I honestly had to figure out how to make it work. This is not something I had done before, but I’m willing to answer special requests whenever I can.
Most of my boudoir sessions are super tame, generally not showing private parts that cannot be displayed on social media… and I have only photographed a handful of nude sessions. I’d never shot a shower (or bathtub) session before, but with a willing “model” for collaboration, I feel confident that future sessions will only get better!
We pulled out fluffy white towels, and photographed the full story, from checking the water temperature, through the “shower,” and drying off. Your session can be shorter or longer, as you wish; actually, you don’t even have to get wet! Props for this look can include a silky bathrobe, scrubby/loofah, washcloth, bottle of bodywash….
My master bath is spa-like, and there is room, angled properly, for a shower session, if it’s something you’re interested in. It has a full-length, low-rise large shower with glass door, so splashes are contained and add to the look. Feel free to bring shower shoes, if you prefer, for sanitary purposes; I won’t be offended. Unfortunately, I don’t have an awesome bathtub…. Do you? Alternatively, “accessible” hotel rooms generally have the space in their bathrooms, too.
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Ready for some great photographs? Let’s get to know each other over coffee (or smoothies… or milkshakes…), and talk about celebrating your life’s true beauty in images you love. You can reach me at [email protected] or (434) 226-0365. You can also schedule a consultation at https://calendly.com/maggietakespix; pick a time convenient for you, and let me know where you'd like to meet!
My Promise: Together, we will create amazing photos you’ll want to share. How do you want to be photographed?