Portrait boudoir session in Italy: Beatrice
Last March I had the incredible opportunity to share a beautiful Italian Villa with a group of amazing photographers.
We are a group of colleagues that love to network and help each other. We always put the share philosophy over competition and we usually meet every Tuesday evening on Google Hangouts. Usually we share experiences, advices and wedding photography stuff in order to grow together and help each other.
I love our group because doing our work spending a lot of time editing it’s easy to feel alone. So the photography hangouts is a great way for me to match with others.
We had great time together (including a beautiful Styled Shoot that I can’t wait to share here) and before to leave we had some spare time and started to portray each other.
Today I’m sharing some photos from a Portrait boudoir session of my room mate and friend Beatrice Milocco. She’s a talented photographer (see her works here) and a beautiful lovely soul so I wanted to portray her in the most delicate way possible.
I’m starting to shoot portraits more often lately and one of my 2017 goals is to shoot lot of them.
There’s something hidden and intimate in shooting portraits, in taking some time to spend with a person before to take a photo.
It’s different than shooting weddings where there are a lot of different situations around the couple and everything is amplified by feelings.
I love weddings too but I’m starting to need something new to keep inspired.
I hope you’ll enjoy this little portrait boudoir session in Italy !
Location: Villa Gropella
Do you liked this portrait session? Take a look to Silvia’s film portrait session.