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Monthly Archives: August 2014

Studio policies can be a pretty controversial topic among boudoir photographers. I recently had an excellent debate with Lynn Clark on this. We each ended up in different places, from opposite ends of the spectrum. Lynn went easy to stricter, I went from strict to easier. If you’ve been badly burned by a client experience, for […]

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“I’ve been thinking of incorporating gold.”  That’s all she said. I was sipping on my Diet Coke and paused, “Really.” I said, not in a not-so-surprised tone. As I got to know Petra throughout her time as my brand client, I knew she was not talking about a little gold ribbon. She was talking about an adaptation […]

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It started like this… I was seriously stumped for article content. ((Lance took my idea and so did Kara and Heather too!  Ok.  Not really but it sounded good!)) All the good topics taken, I reverted into procrastination mode by taking an internet leap onto Facebook hoping to delay the inevitable and guess what? I actually found […]

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I left you last time waiting for more info on how to plan out and outfit your boudoir studio of your dreams! After being in my commercial/industrial studio space for more than a decade, I leased a new loft-style studio space this summer. This is part 2 of my studio–all about how I’ve found the props […]

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