This hay field boudoir session was one that seemed it was doomed from the start. The plan was to meet at sunrise at her family’s hay field, and I hate to confess but I slept through my alarm, but was relieved when I called only to find her just waking up herself. Because of this we started at least 2 hours late, making the light not what I’d hoped for. With that said, I went about creating a sort of tent out of diffusers to attempt to create a suitable lighting situation. The result was lovely and I was able to fulfill Hannah’s dream for the session. We were both so pleased with the results that we submitted them to Boudoir Inspiration and they were accepted into one of their September, 2020 issue.
This boudoir session in a hay field is still one of my favorites, as we though outside the box and created something spectacular. So if you have an idea for a session and are wondering if it is possible, don’t hesitate to reach out to discuss it, because who knows, it just might turn out to be magical.
Setting up your own boudoir session
If you are interested in learning more about a session with me don’t hesitate to reach out. I’d love to hear your vision, or even create something new together. You can reach me by filling out the form on my contact page, and I look forward to hearing from you.
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August 11, 2020
Natural Light with Light Modifiers
1 Large Difuser.