Fantasy Makeup Tutorial | Full Face in Wet n Wild

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What style would you love to see next?

Goth, grudge, or more fairytale?

Witcher Cosplay | Fantasy Portrait Photography

Have monsters that need slaying?

Sounds like you’re in need of a Witcher.

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I’m very excited for this cosplay portrait series to be dropping on the BlessedShadows OnlyFans this week!

This fantasy photoshoot was so much fun, it’s exceptional fun to have a new chestplate in the studio for my more masculine cosplays.

So, what’s your favorite monster, and do you care to toss a coin to your Witcher?

Blue Leather | Boudoir Photoshoot | OnlyFans

This shoot is so gorgeous and is packed with leather!

Pleather to be more precise!

This boudoir photoshoot will be dropping on the BlessedShadows OnlyFans throughout the month!

What’s your favorite sensual element to add to your boudoir photoshoots?

I adore pleather and straps, crystals and more.

What about you? What tickles your soul?

Fantasy Portrait Photography | Forest Spirit

This stunning set features a beautiful Yule inspired horned headdress.

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What’s your favorite accessory for your fantasy photoshoots? What adds that’s extra touch of magic for you?

I adore making horns and horned headdresses, so it’s easy to see what my favorite adornment for fantasy photography is!

What’s yours?

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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