Leaving a boudoir photo under your pillow is a great way to add excitement to your love life or seduce the tooth fairy. Delight the loves of your life with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
$199 for a 60-minute photography session and image package (an $895 value)
- Three downloadable digital images (may print up to 8”x10”)
- One 12”x24” three-image panel series print
- One personalized app for iPhone/iPad with five images in a digital album<p>
$99 for a 30-minute photography session with one 11”x14” mounted print (a $294 value)<p>
$159 for a 60-minute photography session with one 11”x14” mounted print plus one downloadable digital image (a $568 value)<p>
Photographer Melanie Ramiro makes each woman the sultry star of her own glamorous shoot, snapping shots of multiple poses while encouraging women to express their own unique brand of femininity. You’ll have the chance to receive an extra 20% off additional purchases made at the time of your session. All digital images and prints must be of the same pose, and digital images include individual reproduction rights (not copyrights) will be downloadable via email or FPT.<p>
Web content related to this deal may contain graphic adult imagery unsuitable for minors or workplace viewing.<p>
Siren Boudoir - Photography by Melanie Ramiro
Melanie Ramiro's work isn't all about airbrushed Hollywood glamour. "I probably find more beauty in the primal nature of things than in an artificially created façade," she explained to Steve Robles, a former coworker. This devotion to realness is evident in the work she's done with women from all walks of life—including single moms, married women, and breast cancer survivors. No matter the clientele, Melanie caters her shoot to individual visions, be they sweet—filled with softly lit, high angle shots of women in classic pinup poses or tangled in sheets—or sultry, featuring darker lighting, higher contrast, and a larger dose of femme fatale. "I like my work to tease and tempt but never give it all away," she says, and her work achieves this through the use of plain backdrops, minimal props, keeping the focus solely on her subjects. As a former dancer and acrobat, Melanie's eye is naturally drawn to interesting lines and flattering poses, a skill that helps women of all shapes and sizes feel comfortable in front of the camera. "I want my images to be show-stoppers," she exclaims, "I want people to be breathless for a moment when they first see them. I want a strong reaction."