Rare Ruby

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

Black and White in Black & White

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!

In Studio with Miriam

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.

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New here <3

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!

Boudoir with a 70-200mm. What!?

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...

Do You Shoot Boudoir Videos?

If so, I'd love to see some of your work! Feel free to post a link to your YouTube or Vimeo channel. You can view some of the boudoir videos I've done at https://vimeo.com/theadoregirls.

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My favorites From June

Tiffanie and I have been shooting together for nearly ten years and this past weekend we decided to take a day trip photo explore to get out of the Las Vegas heat. We met early and drove up to mountains above Cedar City Utah for some high elevation summer photos. The meadow at 10,000 feet elevation was our first stop and it was filled with...

Favorite Photo from June!!

This is probably one of my favorite shots from this past month. It took a little trial-and-error to figure out how to make this location work the way I wanted it to.

I ended up falling completely into the river, fortunately the camera was sitting safe on the shoreline. But after falling in, and sitting up to my shoulders in the water, I...