Tiffany Tagle focuses on boudoir photography almost exclusively, celebrating the freedom of expression that it provides her subjects. When not spending time with her family or cheering on her favorite football teams, she works to improve her craft while taking provocative, tasteful boudoir images in her studio, in the privacy of her clients’ homes, or on fairground rides. She also provides complimentary beverages as well as styling services and consultations before sessions. Tagle customizes sensuous settings to suit different clients, preparing shoots with moms-to-be or curating a masculine approach for guys. Her expertise also extends to outdoor, on-location couples photo sessions.
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