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Join me every month while I dive into sessions, show examples of my work in more detail and give advice to other aspiring boudoir photographers on my blog.  What can you hope to achieve reading this blog? 

An inside look into creative sessions

Each month I try to experiment with at least one session, these are discounted sessions for clients who are happy to share images and if you'd like to be considered for a creative session please do subscribe for updates. These creative sessions usually create amazingly different photographs unlike most boudoir photographers in the UK and I am always striving for a uniqueness that aligns with my clients personality and individuality. 

More in-depth full sessions 

I also show more in-depth shoots from parties, cake smashes and engagements among other on location and studio portrait sessions for those wishing to see a more in depth look at how their shoots may look and what I can achieve. 

Studio Boundaries

The blog is also where you may wish to read my studio boundaries for Boudoir sessions, these boundaries differ from studio to studio and I want to be upfront about these before you enquire incase you are looking to create images with a partner or video footage etc. 

Some tips and tricks I've picked up 

I love everything about photography, I definitely identify as a bit of a photography nerd! As I buy new kit and experiment I hope to pass on some of the lessons I learn to other photography nerds! 

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Dancer Portfolio Images For Alison

Updated: May 9, 2023


Red head squatting down in healed boots and a body suit
Alison

When Alison reached out I immediately knew we were going to have a heap of fun, her must have shots were ' Legs and back flexibility but in a sensual way'


I wanted the focus to be firmly on Alison and therefore we went for a super simple paper backdrop, this one is the Colorama seamless roll in Cappuccino. We also incorporated a vintage chair for some variety of shots, this chair is actually from my furniture collection so can be used in other shoots if you like the look of it!


A dancer's portfolio should showcase their skills, experience, and range of performance. It should include professional headshots, dance photos and videos, a resume, and any relevant certifications or training. The portfolio should be well-organized and easy to navigate for potential employers or clients.


Alison is working as a showgirl and wanted images that displayed personality as well as displaying some of her skill.


The cherry is fast becoming a signature shot, all my clients get one to keep and we use these to create a variety of very playful images. These are artificial and so fun aren't they!



This session was a custom build, that means it's built around Alison. I would love to hear from you if you have a vision for your next shoot.


I stock several coloured backdrops including black, white, cream, brown, yellows and golds, barbie pinks and silvers but am happy and always willing to buy additional colours to suit your needs.


If you have an idea for something and I already have all the set pieces there is no extra to pay (and I really love the opportunity to get creative!) but if not I will always try to source the best quality items at the best price and most sustainable way to ensure your shoot is cost effective.


I also travel, so if you are a dancer reading this now I can come to your studio and take your images in a space familiar to you as long as this is large enough for me to work in and is insured and safe.

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