So here's a great little story about one of our most recent clients, and our transition from the previous studio to the new one. This is Stephanie in all the photos, and I've selected these images to highlight here in this blog. (all images, and even her actual first name are used by written permission) All the images are from our NEW studio, even though we have many stunning ones from the previous studio. Although our studio is on the square in Gallatin, we still believe it's not too far to travel if you are coming from even south of Nashville. It's a chance to get out away from town, and be "away". You know how it's just sexy to be away from the normal town you live in. In fact, we've had several clients from other states find us on a web search, and come out here to shoot with us.
Stephanie was the last lady we had photographed in the old studio before we packed up and moved it across town to a bigger and better location. At some time in between our two photography studios, we finished designing and ordering Stephanie's absolutely stunning boudoir album. She had told Dawn that she would love to come back as a model for us to practice on in our new studio. We were already fresh off a photo session together with her, so we thought that would be a great idea. We needed this! Transitioning to a new studio, with different colors and different lighting and room shapes is something that takes some getting used to. I had already done a few basic test shots with Dawn. She of course wins the award for "Most Photographed" at Boudoir á la Mode. I mean, being husband and wife and all!
So, once we had the studio looking pretty good, and ready for some real photo action, we had Stephanie come on in. I mean, we had the baby grand piano brought up some steep stairs into the new studio. That alone was no small task for our piano movers. Stephanie rocked a few really amazing piano shots, but I'm only showing one here, in order to keep the blog post from being too huge with photo content.
So a big THANK YOU to Stephanie for modeling for us. I imagine she may want to order another album, because her images are amazing, and they are many. Her husband is going to love these images either way, even if only in digital form. I'm going to cut out here, and leave you with a small gallery of images from her recent session at the new studio. Enjoy!
Shane, founder of Boudoir a la Mode.