I’d like to say that I planned the image on the right but I did not, sometimes poses develop during a shoot based on a combination of what I see and what the model introduces to the process. For this shot, I wanted to create the image on the right and job done, perfect! Implied nudity without a face.

I used a beauty dish with a 30-degree grid which was mounted on a boom and suspended directly above Morgen’s face. Morgen was asked to drop her head back and look directly into the beauty dish.

After I can my planned capture ( which was destined to be monochome) I could see that if I stood on the first step of the step-ladder and if Morgen could bring her head up just a tad we could radically change the shot…for the better…introducing the color of her hair, eyes, and teeth.

I hope you enjoy this as much as I do and Morgen does!

boudoir, implied nudity, photography
boudoir, implied nudity, photography
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George Ross

A full-service photographer, George Ross specializes in wedding photography, product photography, website photography, sports and portrait photography. Located in Richmond, Rhode Island, George travels and shoots wherever his clients need him. Call 401.284.6106

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