For Your Eyes Boudoir Photography
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Ben at For Your Eyes is the best at making the shoot comfortable, finding the lighting and poses that will be most complimentary, and making the experience a lot of fun! I would recommend For Your Eyes without hesitation!Sep 26, 2015
In 2 hours, Ben captivated all different sides of my personality! I was so happy that he could bring out of me what my husband sees. It only took a few minutes for me to see how professional he is, and that he's truly looking for the artistic value in the photos, which is what I wanted.Jan 29, 2015Verified
Lora & Brad S.
We recently treated ourselves to a couples boudoir photo session to celebrate our anniversary. At first we were a little nervous, but Ben promptly set our minds at ease. Our experience was comfortable, relaxed, sexy, playful, and FUN! We also couldn't be happier with all of the incredible photos we got back! The images were alluring but tasteful, and they truly captured the passion, love, and the intimate connection we share. So, if your looking for a unique and memorable gift idea for you and that special someone, contact "For Your Eyes Boudoir Photography" now. Life is short...Be romantic, be sexy, and capture a moment that you both will love for a lifetime!Sep 25, 2015
Truly amazing! I have nothing but great things to say about him, his professionalism, the shoot, & of course, my photos! I have always been very self-conscious & rather negative about my body & the way I look. I usually hide or leave the room when someone brings out a camera. But when I saw my proofs for the first time, I cried. They made me feel pretty, sexy, & desirable all the things I had hoped for! The whole experience was an overwhelming & much needed boost to my self-esteem!Nov 20, 2014
"I have shot with Ben several times now, and I am addicted. I love shooting with Ben because I base my pictures around very specific themes and moods. Ben is always able to visualize what I describe to him, and excited to try something new, plus he is always cool and laid back. I have always felt comfortable and relaxed at my shoots and at my last shoot I felt brave enough to try nudes. I am so glad I did. They came out tasteful and actually flattered my body. Love Shooting with Ben. I have shot around 12 times now and even some of my friends have shot with him after being so impressed with the work I have received back. -JenNov 20, 2014
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- How did you get started doing this type of work?A common question I get is, "How did you become a boudoir photographer?" I can understand their curiosity. It is quite different than being a photographer that primarily specializes in weddings or senior portraits, innit? It is a story that most of my clients have heard, so I thought I would share it here... Eight years ago, after losing weight gained from the pregnancy of our second child, my wife decided she wanted to "document her beauty." She was very proud of herself for working hard to bring her body to an even lighter weight than before she became pregnant. And being a woman in her early 30's at the time, I think she was also comfortable with her body more than she ever had been, even if she was now a mother of two. She loved the experience, and was very proud of the photos, so much in fact, that she showed family and friends, even though she is pretty modest. I loved the photos, of course, not just because she is the most beautiful woman in the world, but because I knew that the photos meant just as much to her as they did me, maybe even more. (The above photo is a body shot from her photoshoot) A lightbulb went off... "My modest wife had sexy photos taken of herself, loved it, showed off her photos, and said she would do it again in a heartbeat. There has to be a market for this," I thought. And there definitely was. You see, boudoir photographer wasn't as popular back then. There weren't as many professional photographers shooting boudoir back then. There were, of course, "guys with cameras" shooting sexy photos of women, but they lacked as much in quality as they did professionalism. I knew I could be different. I knew I could be professional. I knew I could be creative. I knew that I could take good photos, I'd had been taking photos since I was a kid (on 35mm, of course). What I didn't know, was how to pronounce boudoir, let alone spell it.