Having been in my Brisbane boudoir studio for a couple of years now, I enjoy finding different ways to take photos in my studio space. My studio tends to have quite light furnishings which lends itself to light and bright images, but I also like to mix it up and love playing with light and shadow. I had so much creating these dark and moody photos of some recent clients.
For variety, I will be gradually adding different props and furnishings to my studio. My aim is always to create something unique for each client, while retaining an obvious style to my boudoir photography.
Thanks to these clients for allowing me to share some of their anonymous photos.
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My website www.nikkibrown.com.au
I can’t tell you how much I am in love with my Brisbane boudoir photography studio. To be honest, when I first moved in just 6 months ago, my studio was dark and gloomy even though it had big windows. Even though I can shoot with both studio flash and natural light, I love photographing with natural light and I had always envisaged having a light-filled studio. So I’ve spent every weekend trimming trees that were blocking my window and I now have the most amazing light coming into my studio. It is now officially my favourite place to shoot! (My second favourite is the hotel room I visit in Townsville – it also has heaps of natural light).
I have done so many gorgeous shoots in the last couple of months in this new light-filled space. Here is one that I was kindly allowed to share. This sexy lady was so much fun to shoot. She was a natural in front of the camera and knew how to work it.
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