marriage-equality-gay-lgbt-intimate-portrait-film August 08

The Importance of Personal Projects

Personal projects have literally saved me from going crazy. In my early years of turning my love of photography into a business it was new and exciting. There was plenty of things to learn and plenty of time to be creative. As the business grew I found my love of photography was dimensioning. Something I […]

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the-incomplete-self-art-photography-fim-kelly-segre May 15

Narcissism In The Photographic World

In the early 1950’s Magnum Photographer Robert Capa came up with the term Generation X , which was a title of a photo essay he had about young men and women growing up immediately after World War II. To quote Capa he said “We named this unknown generation, The Generation X, and even in our first enthusiasm we […]

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boudoir-critique-tips-resources-photography April 30

Double Critique Day! Sarah Hunter

It’s been a crazy couple of weeks….which is good in terms of work and bad in terms of keeping up with the blog! Because of that I am doing critiques of two photographers this week, Sarah Hunter & Elijah Vincente (see previous post)! First up we have  Sarah Hunter! You can see more of her work at http://www.sarahhunterphoto.com/! […]

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caroline April 30

Critique Wednesday – Elijah Vincente

This week my critique is of Elijah Vincente!  You can see more of his work on his facebook page at facebook.com/evphotoandvideo! My goal with my idea of critique images every week is to help give other photographs unbiased insight on their own images. I’d love this to grow, so if you are willing to be the next […]

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fashion-the-boudoir-place-portrait-photography April 09

Critique Wednesday – Jason Flynn Photography

This week we have a fashion / portrait image! Jason Flynn is our photographer this week who is willing to have me critique one of his images! You can see more of his work on his work on his website at  www.jasonflynnphotography.com. My goal with my idea of critique images every week is to help give other photographs unbiased […]

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lighting-fashion-los-angeles-boudoir-photography-canon-hollywood-center-pictage April 09

The Intimate Side of Portrait & Fashion Photography – Free Event

Tuesday, April 22, 2014 at The New Canon Hollywood Professional Technology and Support Center. 6060 Sunset Blvd Los Angeles, CA The Intimate Side Of Portrait & Fashion Photography At this free presentation speaker Kelly Segré will talk about how to build a rapport with your subjects and give a lighting demonstration of 4 simple setups […]

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horst-boudoir-stalkings-fashion April 03

Re-Post – 99 Photographers (who photograph people) I love…

A few years back I posted a list of 99 photographers that inspire me on my personal blog. Since it’s one of my favorite blog post I figured I’d share it here! Also if there are any other photographer’s you feel should be added to the list feel free to list them in the comment […]

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boudoir-critique-black-and-white-nude April 02

Critique Wednesday – Geoff Clark with Newcastle Photography

It’s Critique Wednesday! Goeff from Newcastle Photography is our photographer this week who is willing to have me critique one of his images! You can see more of his work on his work on his website at http://www.newcastlephotography.com.au/. My goal with my idea of critique images every week is to help give other photographs unbiased insight on their own images. […]

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boudoir-print-competition March 31

Last Day to Enter PX3 Prix de la Photographie!

Last month I did a blog post about competitions and what you should enter. Obviously I did not listen to my own advice because once again I flopped at WPPI…I swear I’m going to give myself the nickname “Queen of 78’s & 79’s”, so I at last minute am entering a competition I have had […]

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wet-look-kelly-segre-glycerin-photo-shoot-fashion March 25

A Simple Solution For Creating the Wet Look!

Creating a wet look can be fun, but the hard part is creating a look that looks wet without your client actually having to reapply baby oil or lotion over and  over. Or even worse, drenching your client until they look like a sad wet dog. The simple solution for creating a nice even wet […]

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