Category Archives: film boudoir

Portland Boudoir Photographer | ashley on film

This session, which was shot in my Portland studio,  was recently featured on Lace in Light’s blog (click here to see that feature) and I’m excited to finally share it on my blog! Ashley looked amazing in her silk Layneau slip. The emerald green was divine with her red hair and that delicate black lace was perfection. This session was shot with a Canon EOS-3 and Fuji Pro 400h film. Processing and scanning was done by Photovision, which is located in Salem. Oregon.

Portland Boudoir Photographer | medium format film + freckled redhead

This session was recently featured on The Boudoir Collective and I’m so excited to finally share the images here, on my own blog. Shae is a gorgeous redhead with freckles, so photographing her was basically heaven for me. Shooting this session on film made it even more amazing.

Camera: Bronica ETRS
Film: Kodak Ektar
Lab: The FIND Lab

Portland Boudoir Studio | so simple, but so detailed

Crystal is a fellow photographer in the Portland area and she was an absolute joy to photograph in my new studio! She brought with her some beautiful lingerie, adorable glasses, and some great jewelry. Add in a sparkly top from my boudoir wardrobe, a funky green chair,  and a vintage camera and it really sounds like an overwhelming amount of details. Nope. We shot these in the all white portion of my studio and kept everything else so simple that the focus was on the details and the personality that Crystal brought to the shoot.

Film Details:
Bronica ETRS + Portra 800 + The FIND Lab

Salem Boudoir Studio | Chanda on film

I loved working with Chanda. She is nearly 6ft tall, has amazing curves, striking features, and an amazing personality. She’s confident, playful, funny, and hello, totally gorgeous. I chose film for Chanda’s session because I thought it would suit her look and her personality. I was right. I love the look of these images, as they have sort of a film noir feel to them. I shot these in my natural light studio, using a vintage film camera (Bronica ETRS) and some Fuji Acros 100 film. Thank you to Photovision for doing a great job processing and scanning these for me!

Oregon Boudoir Studio | Chanda | Sneak Peek

Bronica ETRS + Fuji Acros 100 + Photovision