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a few months ago, I went to a surrealist art exhibit and was inspired to start pursuing my photography/dreams. not going to lie, some of the most inspiring images that I saw were the photographs of French prostitutes and other “degenerates” enjoying the Parisian night life in the early 20th century. I took several photographs inspired by these noir pictures, and haven’t had the courage to post any, because they’re truly nothing special-and the photos I’ve previously posted showcasing my body have gotten me annoyed comments and angry messages- but I liked the simple shadows and shapes of this photograph, so I decided to post it (words are from my newest poem, to be released soon) . boudoir noir surrealism inspiration bw blackandwhite portrait monochrome happywednesday shadows selfportrait advancedselfie decolletage subtle

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It's okay to have times where you don't feel your best, just don't let it turn into a permenant feeling. The others around you don't see yourself the way you do and they, as perfect as they may seem, have flaws they dislike about themselves too. So take a moment to breathe when you feel overwhelmed by your negative thoughts. You are not by any means a burden to the world, in fact, the world is a much better place with you in it. You are enough. You are worth it. worthywednesday

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I’ve been discussing workflow so much lately with some of my photo friends. One thing that comes up so often is making the most out of a session in the limited amount of time you have during — yes this is part of your workflow. There are 3 things I’ve implemented ahead of time for boudoir/editorial sessions that I’ve found make them go so much smoother and just flow like country churned butter. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ✗ an inspiration shot list previously discussed with the client based on the mood and vibe they’re going for (not to be confused with cranking out a list of poses) ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ✗ sequenced outfits, allowing an approximate equal time for each one (I don’t know about you but I get trigger happy and just don’t stop) ✗ and an elimination of all distractions (i.e. scanning the rooms, clearing the background, removing those hair ties on the wrist dammit) To me, these things make for a quicker post process. Future Erika gives me massive thanks. 😜☆ scottsdalephotographer phoenixphotographer oldtownscottsdale scottsdaleboudoirphotographer photographyworkshops scottsdalefashionweek boudoirart photographytips manchesterphotographer arizonablogger scottsdaleboudoirphotographer arizonacollective portrait_star pleasurements tomboyfemme letsgosomewhere arizonaphotographer scottsdaleblogger phoenixblogger everydayboudoir editorialphotoshoot boudoir somethingboudoir phoenixstyle scottsdalefitness boudoirphotography phoenixfitness bestinboudoir beautyandboudoir boudoirstories yogababe

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I usually rent an AirBnB for our sessions. It provides a greater amount of diversity for each of my clients since every place is unique. This particular home had a rooftop deck off of the master bedroom. I love this shot of Miss P. in the doorway leading out to the deck!🔥🔥 • • • ralphdealphotography nikon newjerseyboudoirphotographer boudoir boudoirphotography boudoirinspiration portraits beauty picoftheday sexy selflove photographer beautiful boudoirsession uncoverme glamourshots doitforyourself youreworthit

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yesterday in my story I talked about how discouraging the scroll can get. But instead of getting lost in those emotions I decided to dig deep into my own work and find inspiration again. Did you know that it’s OK to be proud of the work that you are putting out? When was the last time you looked back? Like way back? Like to the stuff that you thought was amazing, but literally had no idea what you were doing. the stuff that just your family and closest friends were cheering you onthat work. we all have it, cause it takes time. pretty sure any talented person except maybe 1% of the world had to work for what they wanted. it just take time to fine-tune your craft! to discover yourself, time to grow. be patient & stop looking at others. go for it, take a scroll back and see how far you’ve come. be proud.

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