Photographers use fancy terms, such as shutter speed, metering, and a clicky metal box that makes time be still. Let pros be pros with this voucher.
Choose from Three Options
- $73 for a 45-minute in-studio photography session and one 5”x7” print (up to a $225 value)
- $104 for a 60-minute in-studio photography session and one 8”x10” print (up to a $265 value)
- $178 for an 80-minute photography session and two 5”x7” prints (up to a $345 value)
In addition to the prints listed above, the packages each include the following:
- Low-resolution proof CD of the shoot’s unedited images to view at home
- Premium retouching and optional body sculpting, which includes the removal of minor tattoos, scars, and extra pounds
- Full retouched online image
- Selection of 80-90 images to choose from
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My Sensual Gift
Husband-and-wife team Nolan and Lucinda Conley have something that not many boudoir photography studios have—a husband-and-wife team. Instead of selecting the poses, accessories, and angles solely from a female point of view, Nolan and Lucinda are able to determine the qualities that each subject’s boyfriend or husband might like best by adding in a male’s perspective. Of course, to allay any nervousness that might come from having a co-ed photography team, they schedule a pre-shoot consultation that helps subjects get to know the photographers and allow subjects to bring friends and significant others to cheer them on through the shoot. With professional lighting and friendly guidance, the sessions result in a series of seductive, glamorous images that depict subjects in their best light and most flattering poses. But that’s not the end of the process—just as in a modeling shoot, the photographers call on image-enhancement software to scrub away any flaws and subtly sculpt imperfect body areas to leave clients looking like centerfolds.
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.