My Vintage Boudoir Shoot Featured in Photo Pro Magazine!
April 5, 2010
I am the
worst for patience…the actual worst! I want everything now now now. So when I picked the newest issue of Photo Pro Magazine up and saw that not only was my article on one of my favourite photographers, David McNeil featured, but that my Vintage Boudoir shoot with the fabulous Julia Boggio was adoring FOUR whole pages, I literally couldn’t wait to share the scans with you. I hope you likey!
Click on the images to make them bigger and read-able if you want to see what Julia said about me and my posing – Yes I am a big poser. It’s probably best to open in a new tab/window instead of using the lightbox view as I’ve made the scans
maaahusive so you can read it easily.
Thanks to Julia for writing such a fantastic article and for taking such aaamazin’ pictures of yours truly. If you are interested in a Vintage Boudoir shoot of your own, they cost £455 and includes hair and make-up, as well as at least two different costume changes, false eyelashes and a pair of vintage stockings. They take place in Wimbledon at
Julia Boggio Studios. For more information or to book a session, contact firstname.lastname@example.org and check out the website: www.juliaboggiostudios.com
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