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Seattle Boudoir Photography | Boudoir by Heather Photographer

Boudoir Photography in Bellevue is becoming a very popular art form for many Seattle area brides. What better gift to give your loved on on the day of your wedding than the gift of intimacy. And whether or not you're getting married, this type of photography is perfect to get the sparks in your love life going. So today we had the opportunity to work with Selena. Today we met with Cat, who was looking to give the art of Boudoir to her new husband. Their wedding day was just days away, so we wanted to spend some time with her to give her the absolute . In this photograph, Cat is laying down on a bed and you'll notice her hair spread out behind her. This image was created specifically for Cat at the Westin Hotel at 600 Bellevue Way NE in Bellevue, Washington 98006. Boudoir, when done tastefully and with tact can be a very sensual form of photography. Sometimes the actions in the photo leave a lot more to the imagination. This particular photograph was taken in November, 2011 with a Canon EOS 5D Mark II and an EF 50mm F1.2 lens. Whenever taking boudoir photographs, you must ensure the lighting is correct. Getting the lighting just right is key to getting the best boudoir photographs. That, and the lady's body position and facial expression are key. That, and the settings are particularly important. We take careful care in staging each of our pictures, from the placement of the table lamps to what is on the wall behind them. Everything is staged so the attention is placed with the main subject. Selena just had a mommy makeover and wanted to show off her new body to her deployed husband. Our studio is one of Seattle's top boudoir photographers, and we spend the absolute most time with our brides when doing boudoir to ensure they have a product they can give to their loved on on the day of their wedding.

Location: Westin Hotel Bellevue, Washington.

1/100; f/2.8; ISO 2500; 24.0 mm.