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EMMA’S OUTDOOR CHEEKY LAMB SHOOT

Oh my goodness, I had been looking forward to this shoot for what seemed like ages.  I met Emma back when I did my first outdoor Cheeky Lamb Boudoir shoot for her friend Claudia.  Emma was nice enough to let us use her gorgeous property as the location.  Now, it was her turn!  When we met to chat about her shoot, she brought so many cool ideas to the table.  She’d say things like “Is it ok if I put a wrought iron bed in the middle of the field?”.  Um, YES!

She did such an incredible job with her shoot, and was relaxed, intuitive, sassy, and adventurous.  What more could you ask for?  Actually, the one thing I wish we’d had more of was time.  We worked in several different looks, but I think we had about another 5 we would have like to have played with.  After the sun went down, we shot a little longer.  However, it got real cold, real fast.  Poor Emma was shivering by the end, and was a real trooper.

This shoot will be a surprise gift for her hubby.  He is a lucky, lucky fella to be married to this wonderful gal.

Now, it’s photo time!

She had this fabulous Snow White look, so we played in the woods a bit.  Love it!

Classic vintage for a classic beauty.

I’ve said it once, and I’ll say it a million more times…..boudoir shoots should be THIS fun!

Oh, the gorgeousness.  She had all this set up before I got there.  She gets all the bonus points.

We did a few “Snow White: Part II” pics…

Emma, thank you for being so fabulous, beautiful, and cheeky!

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  • October 29, 2010 - 8:28 am

    jaimie - this is by far my favorite shoot style-wise. GENIUS!!!!!!!

  • October 30, 2010 - 12:01 pm

    simon - Amazing pictures. Stumbled over your blog by accident but consider it bookmarked. Now where the fack is my Canon!

  • November 14, 2010 - 6:28 pm

    katie o. - Stacey, these shots are simply stunning. And love how she was totally into all of the set ups. Props to her and to you, as always!

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