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Angelic Boudoir Prints | NSFW Prints

Angel fantasy boudoir prints in 4”x6”. This stunning angelic photoshoot is still one of my favorites.

Shop Boudoir Prints in the Blessed Shadows Etsy shop!


Free-Shipping Guarantee!

The Blessed Shadows Etsy shop has been going through some changes this year…

With sales, coupons, revamped listings and more dropping, I’m excited to share that I now have a Free-Shipping Guarantee on orders $35+!

Shop Fantasy Headpieces, Boudoir Prints, OOAK Jewelry, and More!

Along with the free-shipping guarantee, you can now choose from a variety of shipping options!


I’m extremely excited to continue growing Blessed Shadows, and I’m so grateful for all the support and shares!

Blessed Shadows is currently only offering domestic shipping within the U.S., but I’m looking forward to going international.

Dark Fantasy Boudoir | Blue Witch

Fantasy boudoir portrait of a witch wearing black and blue, on a gray faux fur rug.
Fantasy boudoir portrait featuring a witchy model in dark makeup and blue slay fire cosmetics glitter.

Still one of my FAVORITE shoots!

This gorgeous lingerie and topless set was, as usual, a blast to shoot!

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What are your favorite additions to your shoots and photo sets?

Do you love to explore with behind-the-scenes photography, dance, aesthetic, and more?

Let me know what your favorites are!

Alt Makeup Tutorial | BlessedShadows on YouTube

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New Fantasy Makeup Tutorial

Join BlessedShadows on YouTube for fantasy and boudoir makeup tutorials!

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Come get ready for your next photoshoot with me!

Like and subscribe, and if there’s a fantasy look you’d love to see, drop it in the comments!

Studio Lighting vs Simple Lighting

I can never decide if I love the print results of ‘professional’ studio lighting or of ‘simple’ lighting…

The first portrait is shot using umbrellas and flash, and the second is shot using either a cheap floor lamp or a basic ring light with no diffuser/reflectors.

As much as I love the moody lighting and dark shadows that come with more elaborate light setups, I can’t pretend I don’t love the softness and ease of simpler lighting.

The Blessed Shadows portrait studio is now a lot bigger, but from the years of having to work within very tight studio space (where elaborate setups created tripping and broken light hazards) I got used to the speed that using a floor lamp and occasionally a ring light provided.

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What’s your favorite lighting setup in the studio?

Do you prefer flashguns and umbrellas, ring lights, or a simple floor lamp?