Well not exactly boudoir but you get the idea. Had censor a few shots from the shoot so we could post them as #instasafe to www.instagram.com/mutka and her personal feed.
Have some new work with Simonne, This is just her 3rd time in front of the camera
canon 6D and 50mm 1.8 @3.2 iso 50 1/60 sec critiques always welcome www.pjrphotographyllc.com
Canon 6D and 85mm 1.2 ISO 50 1/250 sec critiques always welcome www.pjrphotographyllc.com
Canon 6D and canon 50mm 1.8 ISO 50 1/60 sec flashpoint color 600 28" beauty dish. Critiques always welcome www.pjrphotographyllc.com
More shots from the boudoir shoot with Ruby. I used a canon 6D & 85 1.2 flashpoint xplor600 and a beaty dish. Critics always welcome www.pjrphotographyllc.com
Working with Zhanna always fills me with joy, and i am almost sure getting some nice images ...
here i was playing with light and my perspective ...
Canon 6D and 85mm 1.2 iso 50 flashpoint xplor600 camera left critics always welcome www.pjrphotographyllc.com
Canon 6D iso 50 f8 flashpoint xplor600 beauty dish critics always welcome www.pjrphotographyllc.com
Canon 6D 85mm f2.8 flashpoint xplor600 camera left beauty dish critics always welcome www.pjrphotographyllc.com
Hello, all. This is a concept shot I did recently. The idea was to convey energy and emotion, like love, lust, sex, and sensuality through a black and white, yin and yang, him and her, two are one kind of image. What do you think? Any feedback is welcome. Thanks in advance!
The mood, the shots the stunning person in front of my lens. One of my favorite shoots by far of this year.
Shot this in my small studio space. Natural light with an off camera speed light bounced around the studio to provide some fill. Recently painted one of my apple boxes with a distressed paint job which I think really adds to the vibe of this image.
You can follow me on Instagram to see more:
Hello, just dropping by to share and connect. I have been shooting for 10 years and Boudoir exclusive for 3; I specialize in emotive black and white boudoir. I look forward to seeing everyone's work!
Believe it or not, I shot pretty much every single frame from this session with the 70-200mm. I would have never though to try that before yesterday, but it actually worked quite well! Sure, there were a few moments when I really wished I had a 50mm with me, but I just took that opportunity to force my self outside my comfort zone to try some...