Forest God Fantasy Photoshoot | Doing Two Photoshoots in One

Fantasy photography cosplay of an androgynous forest king

This fantasy photoshoot of a forest king came out absolutely beautiful!

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This shoot was such a blast, and is SFW so I get to share the whole set!

Two Photoshoots in One

To maximize your lighting setup and time in the studio, consider doing two photoshoots in one.

Start with the simpler set, simpler hair and simpler makeup. The second shoot should have the more elaborate makeup.

Remember that it’s easier to build than to remove.

This strategy works even faster when the two shoots use the same lighting setup and backdrop, but of course feel free to switch it up between photoshoots.

Have you ever done 2+ shoots at once? What looks can you think of that would work well being shot on the same day? What shoot looks are complementary?

Can you guess what the second set in this double shoot was?

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The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina | Sabrina Spellman Cosplay Photoshoot

Sabrina Spellman Dark Baltism Cosplay photoshoot
Sabrina Spellman Dark Baltism Cosplay photoshoot
Sabrina Spellman Dark Baltism Cosplay photoshoot

This cosplay of Sabrina from The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina was such a great way to spend the afternoon!

This wedding dress from the photography wardrobe was perfect for a Dark Baptism and was a great fit for a Sabrina Spellman cosplay

This shoot was also the perfect time to shoot with the old Nikon DSLR and test out the studio’s new SD card reader, which transfers raw images from the DSLR right into my phone for editing!

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What photo shoots have you been dying to do lately? Any cosplays in the works?

Santa Baby | Elf on the Shelf Boudoir Photoshoot | OnlyFans Teasers

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Just in time for the Holidays!

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This lingerie boudoir photoshoot features a sweet Santa Baby and an Elf on the Shelf and this entire, exclusive shoot starts to drop on the BlessedShadows OnlyFans!

This set features so many outfits, it’s a wonderful way to make the most of a fantasy photoshoot.

What’s your favorite way to make the most of your studio shoots? Makeup changes? Outfits changes?

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Boudoir photoshoot Teaser | Red Angel

Teasers for a brand new boudoir photoshoot.

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The studio finally has a breast plate in the wardrobe!

I’ve been collecting silicone pieces for use in boudoir shoots for some time now, so it’s very exciting to have these breast forms added to the wardrobe.

What’s your favorite, unconventional addition to your studio?

Armor, fake weaponry, etc?

Let me know in the comments and stay tuned for this set to drop in the coming months!

Golden Goddess | Self-Portraiture and Self-Acceptance

golden goddess fantasy portrait photography

gold goddess portrait photography

self portrait photography of a golden goddess
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So much has changed here in the studio.  Not only in workflow and equipment changes, but how I’ve learned to see myself and my work.

I have found self-portraiture as a way to learn self-love.  Not only has it helped me with my dysphoria, it’s allowed me to learn to see myself as a piece of art.  It’s helped me better comes to terms with the skin I’ve been given.

Along with the grander scheme of not feeling at home in my body, I’m no longer so embarrassed by my hands.  My hands are often a very bright red, presumably because of a thyroid issue and my very low blood pressure.  It’s been a pain to edit out or otherwise try to prevent, but I’ve learned to accept that that’s just how they are.

Instead of seeing an embarrassing bright red, I see it as a blush that fits well with my style of portraiture, especially in this photoset.

Self-portrature can help us to not only learn about who we are, but how we are all pieces of artwork.

Perfectly imperfect.