Love is like a heated game of Battleship—the explosive moments of passion are bookended by the occasional sinking feeling. Craft a romantic game plan with today’s Groupon: for $64, you get a My Sensual Gift Sexy Look boudoir-photography package at My Sensual Gift in Spring (a $189 value). The photography package includes the following:
- One-hour, in-studio photo shoot with one outfit
- Proof CD of the shoot’s unedited images to take home
- One 5”x7” print of the customer’s chosen headshot with premium retouching and body sculpting and reconstruction. Customers may receive a cropped version of this photo to use on social-networking sites, upon request.<p>
A $50 deposit normally included in this package is waived for Groupon customers.
Husband-and-wife team Nolan and Lucinda of My Sensual Gift capture sizzling snapshots of female clients, infusing images with magazine-quality edits for a personal, romantic gift. Boudoir-photo sessions begin with an introductory tour and consultation with the studio’s shutterbug duo, where clients and their entourage of friends or internet followers can discuss attire options and session goals. Then, ladies suit up in a single outfit and strike a series of seductive poses with the guidance of Lucinda. After puckering, pouting, or pondering quantum equations in front of the camera, subjects meet with the photography team in a post-session viewing to select the best image for a 5”x7” keepsake. The chosen picture is then enlivened with a series of professional retouching techniques that embolden color and even skin tone.
Professional hair and makeup artists can gussy up the subject or the subject’s body double for an additional charge of $75. Additionally, those who wish to upgrade to a different boudoir package can use this offer for $150 off the total cost.
Nolan Conley Photography/My Sensual Gift
Husband-and-wife team Nolan and Lucinda opened Nolan Conley Photography in 1984, capturing stunning images of clients with a range of expertise befitting all picture-worthy occasions. A lifelong Texan, Nolan learned invaluable skills under the tutelage of James Godbold, the first director of photography at National Geographic, and has since put those skills to work covering weddings and conducting portrait sessions with families, seniors, and wedding parties. Custom lighting and backgrounds glamorize subjects inside the duo's 1,100-square-foot studio. The studio also offers professional retouching techniques that embolden color, even skin tone.