Toronto Couples Intimate Lifestyle Portraits (Part II)


I had the opportunity to work with two amazing souls, Rob and Mark-Che, on a creative couples boudoir session. Today, I’m sharing photos from the morning of the couples boudoir session. This is Part II of the series. In Part I, I shared more about my initial idea for this creative couples boudoir session, and shared more editorial style photos from the shoot in the second part of the day. To check out Part I, click here.

While this was a couples boudoir “strangers session” – with Rob and Mark-ché only meeting for the very first time the morning of the session – their chemistry was instantaneous and amazing to capture.

Before we even got started photographing, we all discussed personal boundaries, comfort levels, and making sure that the photoshoot would be a safe and welcoming environment for everyone. In addition, Rob and Mark-Che had some one-on-one time together before the photoshoot to grab food and hang out, which really helped them to be able to relax and get comfortable with each other in front of the camera.

That being said, they were both nervous in the beginning of the session. However, we were all open to experimenting, having fun, and seeing how things would unfold. There were no expectations for how the creative session would turn out, and that really helped us all to let loose, play, and let the magic unfold.

You can see how the creative session unfolded in the photos below. Stay tuned for Part III, where I’ll share some of my favorite intimate couples portraits utilizing a bathtub. You definitely won’t want to miss it!

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