A Glamour Shoot at Our New Studio

Every once in a while I get an urge to do something different.  I like a challenge.  I like to learn.  I like to grow.  I've definitely learned that if I am going to grow, I need to try new things. Learning to shoot and find my groove in a new studio after being in the same place for the last 4 years is definitely a challenge.   When I first learned to shoot glamour and boudoir photos using strobes and other sources of artificial light, and only recently have I found a style of shooting with natural light that I love.  I was dying to experiment with some beautiful portraits with a clean, classic look rather than the same old Victoria's Secret push up bras and crazy backgrounds.  So I dug around on Pinterest for a couple of weeks for some inspiration and pulled it together.  Using a few vintage slips I found at an amazing shop in Rhode Island this summer and busting out my sewing machine to make a tutu, everything started coming together. Carlee came to the shoot with some simple wardrobe items and Shannon blew it way with her hair and makeup skills.  Determined to shoot with only natural light and a couple of white reflectors, I can't believe how amazing these images came out.  I am so grateful to Carlee and Shannon for helping me to execute my vision and for allowing me to "just do my thing." PS... There are still 2 more sets of images from this shoot I have to share!  Stay tuned.