Casey from Cambridge Cambs was one of our recent Boudoir Photography Competition Winners.
Casey was thrilled to win a boudoir photography experience. And she wanted to share her experience with her best friend Heidi.
Suffolk Award Winning Photographer specialising in creative Boudoir, Commercial & Portrait Photography covering Essex, Norfolk, Suffolk
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Competition winner Anna from Suffolk told me she loves the “Retro Look” on her Boudoir Photography experience. And her husband really loves black and white photography.
Our classic boudoir set has a retro look. It was the perfect choice for her gifts for him.
It’s reminiscent of the Vintage glamour Pinup Photography that was popularised in 50s Hollywood. The draped burgundy velvet has a beautiful texture. Then when you’re expertly guided into your poses and showered in soft light, your portraits simply ooze with sensuality and sexuality.
To give an added retro feel to Anna’s portraits, I introduced our Union Flag to give a real Pinup flavour to complete the scene.
Suffolk husband absolutely loved his Boudoir Photography gifts for him.
Boudoir photography is a popular gift for military wives to give their loved ones.
It’s been our pleasure to create many gifts for our military serving locally, such as; Rock Barracks Woodbridge, RAF Lakenheath, Colchester Barracks Essex, RAF Honnington. Sometimes these gifts are for when loved ones are serving away from home such as Afghanistan. And sometimes it’s just to say, “I Love You”.
I was delighted to achieve recognition for this nude photograph of Highly Commended in the last round of SWPP’s 2012 monthly competition. These competitions attract photographers internationally and only the finest pieces of art get recognised.
This was also my first attempt in the category of Digital Art.
They say, “A picture paints a thousand words” and this picture has an interesting story behind it.
She was interested in classical nude photography after seeing my interpretation of Picasso’s Blue Nude. Her husband would love to have a nude portrait of her so she’s calling his bluff!