I had Barbara in the studio a short while ago for a session where I could try some looks I don’t usually do in my Toronto boudoir studio. We wanted to use harsh evening light for a series of black and white figure nude photos. We also wanted to try to use some lace to cast beautiful, delicate shadows on Barbara’s body; almost like a shadow tattoo. I was really pleased with the results and the images we got. Something tells me I should use a little more window light on occasion.

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Being A Boudoir Rebel

Being A Boudoir Rebel

So, you’re not one to toe the line, huh? You’re the rebel type, craving something that’ll make society clutch their pearls? Picture this: a Toronto boudoir session. Yeah, that’s right—embrace your inner renegade and flaunt it!

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