With much discussion, we have decided to close Lace in Light. We are so grateful for all of the photographers that have contributed to LiL over the years. You have provided us with constant inspiration and helped us personally grow with our own craft of photography.
If you are wondering why, this paragraph is for you! First and foremost our personal evolution has taken us in a different direction. While boudoir and female portrait work will always be a passion, our main focus has shifted into growing our photo company. While it could be possible to continue to run this on the side, our hearts are just not there anymore. We are simply not fans of half ass-ing anything we put our hands on. We hope you understand!
What will happen to Lace in Light now? We will leave the website up to help archive this time period of photography. We hope Lace in Light will continue to motivate photographers, inspire client's, and provide educational tips for this industry. If you have submitted to us and we said yes, please feel free to submit elsewhere. As of today, we will no longer be updating this site.
Jada + David
All too often we view people as separate from nature. Yet human beings and the world surrounding are meant to coexist. Nature highlights our organic elegance. You don’t need to be on a stage or at a special occasion to feel like a knock out. Peaches and Twine took advantage of the beauty that the natural world has to offer in their desert shoot.
Simply sitting in a chair with the sand between her toes, the model demonstrates how to embrace every part of the outdoors as yet another astounding part of your being. Take a moment to feel the ground beneath your feet today, honoring the earth as it highlights your beauty.
From the Photographer | I am submitting this shoot to you in hopes of helping spread the word about outdoor boudoir. Boudoir itself can be a touchy subject, so when women think about moving the session outdoors, it can sometimes give them the wrong idea. This shoot was put together to help show that boudoir does not always have to be in revealing lingerie, and that sometimes going outdoors can create the intimate feeling that women think about when they picture their own boudoir session. This entire session was shot using a Canon 6D and a 50mm 1.2L lens in the desert of Phoenix, Arizona.
Photography: Peaches and Twine
Coordinator/Visionary: Katrina Amburgey of The Amburgeys
Hair/Makeup: Heather Van Houten
Rentals: Prim Rentals