Floral Nymph | Boudoir Clip

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These sensual clips are so much fun to shoot! They’re so sexy~

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What’s your favorite kind of videography when it comes to boudoir?

Detail shots? Dance? Sensual movement?

Floral Headdress | Spring & Autumn Fantasy


This beautiful OOAK handmade floral headdress is perfect for both Autumn and Spring!
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Featuring black foam horns wrapped with twine and jute, this headdress is accented with faux leaves, flowers and berries.

These headdresses are such a joy to make.

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What are your favorite handmade additions to your wardrobe?

What crafts do you adore in the studio? Does it feed into your other art projects?

Horned Headband Tutorial | Cosplay & Costuming

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Take thin Horns, add some sturdiness, and attach to a headband in this tutorial for a devilishly good costume. 😈


Tools and supplies:
-Horns
-Felt
-Scissors
-E6000
-Extra, used shopping bags
-Boxcutter
-Hot glue gun and hot glue sticks *be careful not to melt the E6000.

Directions 🦇😈

  1. Cut and remove elastic if there is any. You can save these for later projects.
  2. Note how thin the horns may be. If they’re really flimsy, let’s fix that!
  3. Use a box cutter or similar blade to carefully cut an X on the bottom of the horns.
  4. Cut old, extra shipping bags into 3rds or smaller, and begin stuffing inside the horns. Full all the way to the top so the horns will be firm evenly.
  5. Cut circles out of felt and adhere with E6000. I’ve had little luck with rubber and hot glue, especially when it comes to the task of joining.
  6. Let dry.
  7. Use hot glue to adhere horns to the proper/desired spot on the headband. Hold and let glue cool.
    Use E6000 instead if you’d prefer.
  8. You’re done!
    Add some extras to your headband if you wish, and go be your devilish self 😈

What cosplay are you planning for your new horns?

Get ready to start collected horns and headdresses..!

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Blue Witch | Boudoir Portraits

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It’s always amazing when your favorite shoots just keep rolling, one after another.

Each time I do a shoot, it’s my new favorite photo set until I start creating again. It’s exciting!

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And of course….

🖤HAPPY OCTOBER!🖤

It’s finally spooky season!!

What are your plans for this season? Creative goals? Rest and self care ideas?

This Androgynous Aristocrat set is dropping on the Blessed Shadows Onlyfans!

Art is always such a pleasure to create.

New photoshoots are fun, exciting, and always worth the effort.

As the months go by and we continue to make the world a better place in our individual ways, I implore you to remember the importance of shipping independent!

When you shop small, whether buying used clothes from a model, props from a photographer, jewelry from an artist, and subscriptions and prints from artists, your money matters.

That purchase just helped an artist get groceries, medical care, new set supplies, or an extra boost to their savings.

As independent artists continue to inspire and create change, let’s remember to support artists, friends, and neighbors.

Portrait Editing | Simple Beauty Portrait

Before and after editing of an alternative fantasy beauty portrait

Editing portraits, especially camera phone portraits, doesn’t have to be complicated or too time-consuming.

Sometimes it’s just as simple as one or a few favorite apps to get your portrait photography ready to share.

My favorite portrait editing apps:

  • Lightroom: Create presets to get a consistent look across your photo shoot. Great for vignettes, lighting effects, color toning.
  • Facetune: Great for making details pop, adding our effects (including faux lens blur), lighting effects, healing, and textures.

The more simplified you can make your process, the easier and quicker it’ll be to create and edit beautiful photo sets without having to turn on a desktop and pull out a tablet. With a few apps, you can shoot and edit beautiful portraits on your phone or iPod!

What are your favorite editing apps? How do you streamline your editing process?

White Witch | Fantasy Boudoir Portrait Photography | Couture Horned Headdress

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Headdresses and couture like these red floral horns and this lace couture top are available in the Blessed Shadows shop!

What’s your favorite way to source backdrops for your fantasy photography? This one is a ‘sigil’ floor mat that’s been framed by thrifted lace throws and scarves… not mention lighted by a few standard floor lamps from a department store.

It really can be that simple to create a thrifty, simple photoshoot that looks gorgeous!

 

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Tarot Witch | Horned Oracle | Fantasy Photoshoot

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Fine art fantasy portrait of a witch in black lace
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This tarot-inspired photoshoot was the perfect opportunity to experiment with backdrop, framing, and implied movement, all while lying down in the studio.

When you’re not using a fast lens (or Burst mode on a camera phone), don’t have a lot of room and definitely don’t have someone to hold or toss fabric and hair to create movement, what do you do?

You lie down!

This backdrop is a fabric print of a forrest with a ribbon-wrapped hula hoop with me laying on top of it.

There are quite a few wrinkles, so I’m curious how this kind of shoot will look when done on the studio floor instead of a mattress.

 

The frame was ringed with black shawls and the hair was fluffed to give the impression of movement or weightlessness. Underwater shoots are so stunning when it comes to that graceful movement, but in studio, the best we can do sometimes is to lie down or jump in front of a fast lens.

 

I highly encourage you do some fantasy photoshoots lying down.  It can get some great lighting and some beautiful effects.

What have you been experimenting with in the photo studio?  How do you bring a little more magic to your fantasy photoshoots?

 

 

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