Dec 24, 2010

Ally's boudoir portrait gallery at her house in Boise. AO Boudoir Boise Portrait Photography.

I have known Ally for a few years. We shot her wedding 3 years ago and I have shot portraits of her a couple times since then.
Ally is already comfortable around me so we got right into the shooting.

Really it is amazing how many really good photos we got in two hours. Good light, good location, Ally's amazing ability to interact with the camera....well it all came together for this shoot.

D3 and D700 again with 85 1.4  used for most of these shots. A few with the 24-70 thrown in here and there. These are almost all with natural window light.

Great shoot Ally!!

The rest of here gallery is here:

Savannah's boudoir gallery Boise. AO Boudoir Boise Portrait Photograpy.

We shot Savannah's boudoir gallery at the Grove Hotel in Boise. We shot her wedding this last summer and we included a boudoir and a bridal photo shoot as part of her wedding package.
The bridal photos we took in her dress while walking around downtown Boise, right after we finished her boudour shoot.
It was a long shoot but she is so much fun the time just flew by!

Savannah loves to be in front of the camera so we settled right into the photo taking and it just got better and better as we went along. This was actually my first boudour shoot so there was a learning curve for me...but I have no complaints about how Savannah's photos came out.

Taken mostly with the d3 and 85 1.4 and the d700 and the 24-70 and natural window light.

AO Boudoir Boise is affilitated with All Outdoor Photography in Boise.

The rest of Savannah's boudoir Boise gallery is here:

Janel's boudoir Boise portrait shoot. AO Boudoir Boise Portrait Photography.

We are branching out into boudoir photography in Boise, All Outdoor Photography focuses on outdoor portraits in Boise.....we thought boudoir would be a fun and productive winter project.
I have a separate boudoir site at :

This is Janel. We did a boudoir shoot at her house in Boise two weeks ago.  We had lots of fun at the shoot with Janel and her sister. These shoots can be a bit awkward at first but these ladies made me feel very welcome and after a bit of chatting we were ready to take some pictures.
Janel settled right in and we were able to get some really nice photos.

Most of these are with the d700 and the 50mm 1.8 lens taken at F2 with natural light. A few with the 24-70 at f2.8 are mixed in there. It was a very dark day outside so it was a bit of a journey chasing the light from room to room in the house.

Janel's full gallery is here: