Welcome to the lovely artistic nude series from the abandoned mill part 2! By this point we were just maybe 10-15 minutes from losing all our daylight, so these were all done in a short time frame. I generally don’t drag out my photoshoots, boudoir and other intimate and nude photoshoots are an hour or two tops. It’s better to carefully capture the subject’s best angles, and best motions. While carefully composing the images. So working with these time constraints only inspires and challenges me. Honestly even if we spent another hour there shooting, I don’t think we’d have gained anything. Private clients for boudoir and other intimate work generally appreciate that. Some of the body positioning can be hard work especially if they aren’t used to it. Plus everyone’s time is valuable. So, here is what we got. 🙂
I loved the fluid motion of her body, almost like a ballerina. Months from now, the construction project behind the other side of the fence will be done, and too inhabited to do such a photoshoot out in the open there. Plus the mill will likely be gone soon 🙁 Hopefully can squeeze another shoot in before then. I hope you’ve enjoyed this artistic nude shoot with Chelsea, some studio work to come soon.