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Monday, September 28, 2009

Pin-Up Photography

This weekend I had the opportunity to work with two of the best Pin-up Models around. Doris May Day and Kim Falcon have been lighting up the world of pin-up photography for the last few years and I am proud to have worked with them both. Here are a few samples.

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Tuesday, September 22, 2009

He Knows If You've Been Naughty!

Give that special someone in your life a gift this year that they will truly enjoy! Booking now for Glamour/Boudoir sessions! Don't wait, book early for best times! Be as mild or as wild as you like!

Southern California Boudoir and Glamour Photography

Another Beautiful Custom Album!

We custom design every single page of your wedding album. Your album will not look like the one we delivered last week and it won't look like the one we do next week. Why not ensure that your album is unique. Southern California Wedding Photography.

Wednesday, September 9, 2009

One Tough lady

Danielle is a kick-boxer and I have no doubt she could drop me without breaking a sweat. She wanted something feminine, but could show her toughness as well. Once I determined that she wouldn't beat me down if she didn't like her photos, we got started. Danielle was very easy to work with, she had an easy smile and a positive attitude. I think she is very least she hasn't shown up at my door yet!

Unlikely Glamour

I drove past this building on Sunday afternoon as my wife and I were headed to dinner and I knew immediately that I had to use it in a shoot. It would fit perfectly as part of our series "Glamour in Un-Glamourous Locations." The first step was to find a client who might be interested in doing something there, and that is when Nadia called. We set the session up in a day, and headed out to the location. When we arrived, the first thing I noticed was that bulldozers had already been there and had torn up most of the land...but the building remained untouched. So far. As we began to work, we discussed how fortunate we were that we were able to get these photos before the building was gone. Here it is two weeks later, and the building has in fact been torn down. At least we've got these photos to prove it existed in the first place.

Glamour in Un-Glamourous Locations

Ruth and I discussed a few ideas and ultimately thought it might be fun to use the train trestle as our location. We had a great time, though we almost got run out because we parked on a road that turned out to be some ones driveway! But the misunderstanding was soon resolved, and after moving the car a block away, we climbed the embankment and started shooting. Soon we developed a rhythm and had a lot of fun, which was the whole point anyway.

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