The Art of Boudoir Portraits


The Art of Boudoir Portraits

In most portraits, clients want to capture an image of themselves at a particular moment in time, usually smiling and projecting what they wish to share with others, such as professionalism, happiness or serenity. Clients who want to share a more intimate side of themselves book a boudoir portrait.

Boudoir clients are encouraged to express private, powerful emotions in intimate settings. Clothing is minimal. We use lighting that accentuates the curves, outfits that cling and graze, and atmosphere that sets a sexy mood.

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  1. Delane Chapman

    I already have a free subscription, but AFTER I logged in, I keep getting the message to log in if I want to read the magazine info.
    As I said, I was already logged in. What gives. Then there is no place to log in again because I was already logged in.

    What gives????

    1. admin

      Delane – make sure you are following the direction and launching the actual magazine. its right on the navigation once you log in – says current issue. let me know. sal

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