She was in Virginia Beach for a weekend and wanted new images for her businesses and her herself.
Kristin and I have a history. I’m not exaggerating when I say that she was instrumental in making who I am today as a portrait photographer. You can read about that here. She was in town recently and wanted new images done for a variety of reasons. That included, for the first time with me, boudoir images.
The catch was that they only time she was available was Sunday morning before 8am and it had to be done at her oceanfront hotel room.
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The most important thing you can bring to a session is the right attitude and energy
“I’d heard a lot of good things about Mark and I loved the pictures I’d seen him take of my friend Anne so of course I had to work with him and I was not disappointed. Mark really gets into his work and brings life to it. Working with him was an amazing experience and I can’t wait to do so again very soon. There’s just something special about the way he photographs you that seems to bring out the best in you.” Mary Helen.
Mary embodies everything we photographers can ask for. She’s a free spirit with a devil-may-care attitude and classical looks that defies explanation. Those eyes alone could stop time. They certainly made me lose track of time while working with her. She can make anyone feel comfortable while still giving off a sensual vibe.
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The answer to this question is as varied as the people that do them.
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