Stacey Bode Photography » LIFE SHOULD BE PHOTOGRAPHED

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I’d had the pleasure of working with Kat before, so I knew this was going to be a great shoot. However, the fact that she needed stylized portraits for her dance and fitness business was super exciting! We shot these at Dance 101, where I’ve recently been taking classes. Yesss! Kat did a wonderful job demonstrating the strength, beauty, and dramatic coolness of movement. She has some very big ventures on the horizon, so I may have to update this post when things move forward. In the meantime, I’ll simply thank her for allowing me to combine my love of photography and dance. Thanks, Kat! You’re a total rockstar!

 

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I’m happy to announce that I’ve started offering some in-studio options for headsthots. Yay! There will be multiple background options to choose from, and one or multiple look sessions will be available. Pricing starts at just $135, including print-quality image files and touch-up edits. Just hit that “contact” tab if you’re interested. Woo hoo! Fun fact…this blazing hot Atlanta weather may have contributed to this new venture. Necessity breeds invention!

 

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Gah! There were so many wonderful things about this shoot. The Old Fourth Ward, Living Walls art, cycling, Trang’s amazing tutu skirt, Ponce City Market, one adorable pup, and mostly…this lovely couple. I liked Trang and Jeff as soon as we met. They are a sweet and effervescent couple, and I was thrilled to capture a few moments of their cool relationship during this engagement shoot. It was a great evening, with two even greater people.

 

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Just a little something to get you in a patriotic mood. I love this rustic Americana look (styled by the awesome folks at Flower Child Weddings and Grace Armas Hair & Makeup Design). It also doesn’t hurt to be shooting two gorgeous souls. I’m so glad we got a few pics that demonstrate how couples boudoir photography can be natural and fiery, without being raunchy or creepy. Heckyeah! The sexiness simply comes from the connection shared by the couple. Just like a sexy photo of one person comes from what’s within that person, not what’s happening on the outside. Now, I’ll stop preaching my thoughts on boudoir photography, and let you enjoy some beauty. Also, USA!

 

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