Glamour photography. Before/afters I know how much you guys love to see Before/After photos from our glamour photography sessions and boudoir photography sessions. It is in-powering to know that anyone, ANYONE is beautiful. This is what I am trying to achieve in my portrait photography. Or for those who still have doubts about their own beauty, have those horrible, self-deprivating thoughts – my role is to show YOU what the world sees, what those around you see. It is only hidden from your own eyes and your soul so we need to work on it so you too can become beautiful in your own eyes. With a confidence boost, with a bit of couching on how to hold yourself, how to pose, how to use makeup and using proper posing and lighting you will see YOU for the first time.I promise you that.
Living portrait. YOU. A snippet from your life. A mixture of frozen and moving moments done during your portrait photography session. Beautiful Courtney. A Living Portrait from her glamour photography session. Video and still portraits. …She May be the face I can’t forget A trace of pleasure or regret May be my treasure or the price I have to pay She may be the song that summer sings May be the chill that autumn brings May be a hundred different things Within the measure of a day…Charles Aznavour
Old Masters-like portrait photography Have you ever dreamt of having your portrait done in the style of Old Masters? Portrait photography has fundamentally changed the way art is created and perceived in the modern day. It is now possible for a photograph to look so painting-like in colour and lighting and charm a viewer the same way as the painting would. How it is possible to produce the effect and feel of a painting using a camera? It’s the lighting, colour, composition, proper posing, mood and expressions of the subject that make photographs look like paintings. And then the treatment in Photoshop to finish the portrait off. “When all the parts come together – it creates the atmosphere of the old masters works. It is very important to think of the outfit, backgrounds, colour choices, the pose and the right expression. And, of course, the light which is the key. Shadows are as important as highlights.