On Location Boudoir
The Boudoir Gallery is a display of the work I have done as a boudoir photographer in Saskatoon. I found my way into boudoir photography in January of 2019. I had a coworker ask if I shot boudoir photos and I told her I hadn’t yet but I was very very interested in shooting it. So we went for it. I offered to do the session for her for free as she was my first boudoir client but she insisted on paying me because she loved her photos so much – $125 she forced on me. When I left her house after that first session I didn’t doubt for a second that maybe this wasn’t the genre for me. I just found myself thinking, “I’m a boudoir photographer. What can I try next time?” Usually when I leave a session, I pick myself apart and think about all the things I did wrong. I haven’t found this to be the case with boudoir photography. I leave sessions thinking, “Damn I wish I had had time to do that! I’ll do that next time!” Being a boudoir photographer was what I was meant to do. I am constantly improving and trying new things, looking for new things to try. If only I could get the marketing down. Now I’m fifty-five words short of three hundred words so I’m going to go on and one about being a boudoir photographer. So far my favorite boudoir session has produced the paint spatter photos. Milk bath photos haven’t turned out to be very easy to achieve at all, but paint spatter is a quick set up and the supplies are cheap and the paint washes off really well so I definitely want to do more of that. And the split colored photos? Damn! Talk about stumbling on an inspired idea! I wish I could say it was an original idea but I tried it spontaneously. I didn’t plan it.