So I have had this vision for a while to do an outdoor boudoir session in an old car. However I wasn't sure what type of old classic to use. Until last week. My husband owns a car hauling company. A friend of ours called and said he needed my husband to transport a car for him. In this case it was a 1929 Ford Pickup roadster! I was super excited to see this beautiful finished truck. It sat at my house for a few days and after looking it over it hit me. How awesome would it be to do a boudoir session in this truck??? So I went and grabbed the camera some heels and some lingerie and started shooting. The only thing I wished I had was someone to put the outfit on and sit in the car! Sadly I no longer have the truck or access to it. BUT I do know that the state of Washington is full of old car roadsters and trucks. So I am hoping to do a discounted boudoir session for someone that has some land and a truck similar to this one. I LOVE old cars and I LOVE shooting boudoir. So for me this would be the perfect combo. I love getting cool close up detail shots on cars which could easily be done with boudoir. So if you would be interested in doing a shoot like this definitely message me! Soon I hope that we can do boudoir for clients using our old cars. Of course we have to get them running. My husband's 1960 Ford Thunderbird is the perfect sexy boudoir car in my opinion. BUT it really needs to have some interior work, so I won't probably be using his for a few years. I have a 1967 Mercury Cougar, but it's a muscle car and I struggle with the boudoir concept working on it. However the back seat in my car is pretty like the backseat in this roadster truck! I hope you like the images they turned out super cute for not having any one in them. Maybe I should do product photography?? :)
Here are some headshots I took at the beautiful Farmer's Park in Enumclaw. I love doing professional headshots especially for other photographer's. It is great advertising for my company. I love to trade headshots too. Because then both photographers benefit from the shoot so they can advertise each other's business' :)
As a photographer some of my favorite sessions are one on one sessions to do portraits. Below are some of my favorite portrait sessions. I love being able to capture images that are not considered your traditional indoor portraits or poses. I also am extremely laid back. I find that it is so important to capture relaxed moments that are natural and comfortable to my clients.
One of my favorite types of sessions to shoot is maternity. I love capturing that special glow soon to be mama's have when they are in there last trimester of pregnancy. This year I am hoping to do some maternity with mama's in the water. I have this vision I would LOVE to see come to life in a photograph. I love the beauty I am able to capture when I am photographing pregnant momma's. So here are a few of my fave maternity shots that I took last year. I hope you like them. Are you interested in booking a maternity session this summer to be in the water? If so contact me and we can meet for a drink and a snack and talk details!
So I have been playing around in photo shop trying to create and design a new logo that makes sense to my photography business. I really want a camera in my logo. I feel it is important as to the name I have chosen for my company. I really need my logo to scream camera. So I have put together a few different styles. I was hoping you all could help me out by voting for your fave and then tell me why you chose it. OR if you just are looking at these and don't feel like ANY of them scream camera please share with me. I want to know what your thoughts are. Also feel free to share this with friends too! The more opinions I get the better! You should be able to leave a comment below the post! Thanks everyone!!!!
Crystal Spear is a local photographer from Enumclaw, Wa who specializes in natural light and outdoor photography. She loves photographing, weddings, couples, families, seniors, and much more!