It’s pretty rare that all the elements come together for a outdoor boudoir session. Weather, timing, a willing subject, and of course finding a secluded enough location to take the photos. But Amanda and I set out on a beautiful warm fall day for a beautiful boudoir adventure.
Boudoir sessions are close to my heart. They require a lot of trust, vulnerability, and openness. When a subject relaxes during a boudoir session, it is a huge compliment. But the main reason they are so close to my heart is that they are an amazing opportunity to show someone’s true beauty, the kind that very few of us show to others.
So Amanda and I headed out on a hike, with a few outfits and a flower crown to make some magic happen. Amanda is so beautiful and I think these images did a great job of capturing her.
My favorite images of the day however, are the ones that we took in the lake. That’s right you heard me. This girl got in a lake, in Fall (with maybe a little persuasion from yours truly).
There is something about water that is just magical to me. The first half of my life I grew up near the water and it still has a huge calling for me. Lately, I have been very influenced by Michelle Gardella. I love her work and think her River Stories series is absolutely stunning.
A tremendous thank you to Amanda for trusting me during our shoot. For going with my crazy whims and being up for anything…even freezing cold lakes. Especially lakes that are pretty gross at the bottom. It was a great adventure and you are such a beautiful woman. I hope the world can now see what I see.