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Book your consultations:
Email us or call the studio at 705.566.0111
A consultation is highly recommended. We'll talk about different looks that best suit you. My goal is to create images that are flattering, suggestive, visually beautiful. I am very comfortable with women and I realize you may have certain reservations. Let's address them right up front.
Our studio is located at 251B Hazel St. We use only the very best in professional lighting, flattering poses and discretion is assured.
Tips for preparing for your radiant session with Rob:
- A consultation beforehand will help us create a direction and look
- If you're using our make-up artist make sure to bring her payment or arrange payment with her
- Bring a robe or large sweater to wrap up in
- Calm, relaxed and on time. Get a good night's sleep, take a hot bath the night before and drink enough water to hydrate
- There is no need to bring lotions, body makeup, spray colouring or oils to put on your body at all at the shoot, including putting them on at home before you leave (NOTE THIS DOES NOT MEAN GENERAL SKIN MOISTURIZING THAT YOU WOULD DO AFTER A SHOWER … THAT’S FINE). The camera does not show slightly dry skin and if there’s anything that does, it can be adjusted in photoshop.
- Preparing your skin for makeup, whether you have booked it in-studio or you are going elsewhere, please be sure to have a freshly moisturized face with no makeup to start. You may want to moisturize your lips for a few days leading up to the shoot. Putting Vaseline on your lips at bedtime will moisten them and give a good base for lip colour for the shoot. If you don’t wear makeup, please consider having your makeup done by a professional. Makeup completes the look and is very important.
- Please be sure to wear very loose clothing and underwear so as not to leave excessive marking on your skin before we start shooting … particularly bra strap marks which can be very obvious at times. Blue jeans are notorious for leaving marks on the body, so try to avoid them. Also if you normally wear a watch and/or jewellery that is tight and leaves marks, please remove it well before your session.
- Important. It is recommended that you NOT tan, spray tan or burn before your session. If you DO PLAN on tanning and/or going for a spray tan, please keep in mind that tan lines can be seen on camera. Photoshopping of tan lines is an additional expense. Also some spray tans do not photograph well and can be a very orange and unnatural. Tanning causes skin colour variations over the body because each area tans differently … We can't fix this! Photographically your natural skin tones will ALWAYS look more beautiful and even.
- If you decide to “do-it-yourself” makeup or to use a makeup artist of your choice because mine isn’t available, here are a few pointers on what you need to tell them. You’re looking for “evening” style makeup. Be clear that this is for a boudoir photoshoot. Boudoir makeup and on camera is somewhat heavier then day make -up. The key is your eyes … your makeup artist needs to make them come alive. Consider false lashes (included when you use our make-up artist Dana). They look amazing on everyone.
- Attire … remember this is a boudoir session. What generally works is bra and underwear sets, boy shorts with a bra, corset sets, bustiers, teddies, etc. Mix things up a bit if you like, maybe bring a white dress shirt and tie, or a suit jacket that belongs to the man in your life. Bring some jewellery, but keep it simple.
- I will shoot up to 3 outfits (2 for darker sessions). That is all that I can fit into the time frame. I suggest that if you have something specific that is important to be shot in, that you let me know right away.