FORT WAYNE, IN BOUDOIR PHOTOGRAPHER :: FREE BOUDOIR SESSION

Hello Gorgeous Ladies,

So, my kiddos are officially back in school and I am feeling inspired.  Inspired to create some beautiful yet have fun while doing it.  And boudoir photography is just that.  It allows me to be creative and have fun, but also make something beautiful for someone else. This is why I absolutely love what I do.  Seriously!

060BWBlogI am looking for 3-4 fabulous women of all shapes and sizes and ages 24-45 to photograph for some upcoming projects and promotional materials!  No modeling experience needed! In order to apply you must be available to photograph during the week (weekends may be possible) and be willing to sign a full model release for the photographs to be shared online and in promotional materials!

What you get:

-full hair and make-up styling on site by one of our professional make-up stylists

-a full 1-2 hour boudoir shoot in my studio (Fort Wayne, IN)

-3 beautifully retouched digital images from your session, and you will have the opportunity to purchase additional prints and products if you so choose. (a total value of over $325)!

To apply please send an e-mail to roxie@roxiejean.com with some information about you and a recent photograph of your lovely self.

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Roxie Jean - August 21, 2014 - 7:53 am

Britney, YES! Pregnant does count! I think a maternity boudoir session is a great way to embrace your pregnant body and feel and look fabulous! :)
@Kristianna – I sent you a message! :)

Kristianna - August 20, 2014 - 10:12 pm

Is 24 a strict age? I’m 19, and would love to get a boudoir shoot done! :) I’ve gone thru a lot of changes after a year in college, and anything to make me feel actually still beautiful! Adore your work!

Britney - August 20, 2014 - 9:54 pm

I would love to do this. Does pregnant count as one of the all shapes and sizes :)

Roxie Jean - August 20, 2014 - 8:40 pm

Marguerite – THANK YOU so much! You should definitely schedule a boudoir session the next time I’m in Wisconsin! I would love it and I would do my best to make you look and feel amazing. But I know it wouldn’t be hard! Hugs! :)

Marguerite Baumgartner - August 20, 2014 - 6:14 pm

I would so be interested if you were closer and promised to make me look as amazing as all the pics you post! I so love your work!!! Amazing and beautiful ALWAYS!!

carol redd - August 20, 2014 - 10:26 am

Would love to I talked to about ago about doing one I am currently workout and losing weight and I am wanting to do some modeling I would be available the last week of aug . Please pic me

Ashley Landis - August 20, 2014 - 10:03 am

I would love to do this

IT’S ONLY TEMPORARY :: FORT WAYNE, INDIANA PHOTOGRAPHER

Everywhere you go, you see people on their cell phones.  For some of us, our cell phones are more valuable than we think.  Well I know mine is because pictures are my life and I take way too many iPhone pictures.  :)   Which brings me to my “vacation story”.

About two weeks ago my family and I went to Virginia Beach, Virginia for vacation.  While on vacation I decided to download all my iPhone pictures onto my laptop for no reason whatsoever. I just wanted to start fresh I guess.  And let me say that I have never done this before and I’ve had my phone for almost two years.  I had over one thousand images on my phone.  Our week in Virginia Beach came and gone and we then headed to Connecticut for the rest of our vacation.  Our second day in Connecticut we went to a family pool party.  My girls geared up in their swim attire and headed to the pool.  Jilliann had no problem getting into the water, my youngest, Arianna decided to just play with the pool toys on the deck.  I watched the girls play and swim for a couple hours until they decided to get dressed and have some dinner.  I wrapped them in their towels and then put their dry clothes on.  After they filled their little bellies with some dinner, Arianna decided to just play with the pools toys on the deck again.  Although I was only two feet away from her while she was playing, I was prepared to…..let’s say jump into the pool if the circumstances were to arise.  And well, you can probably guess it — Arianna fell right into the pool and within in seconds I flew off my chair, jumped into the pool and swooped her little body up.  As we climbed out of the pool her big brown eyes looked right at me and said, “mommy, you saved my life”.  Right after she said those words someone asked if I had my phone in my pocket.  And sure enough.  I DID!  Although the look of devastation was all over my face of possibly losing my phone,  it was beyond worth it because in my daughter’s eyes I was her hero.

Although the thought of losing everything in my phone makes my eyes twitch and my heart beat faster, I quickly came to realize that I had just downloaded over one thousand images to my computer.  Right then my heart didn’t beat as fast and eyes seemed to slowly stop twitching.

After my phone took a quick swim, I did the famous thing that I’m sure everyone else has done when their phone was submerged in water — RICE.  I placed my phone in rice and is now just keeping my fingers crossed.  It’s been 24 hours and no luck yet, but I’m staying hopeful.  I used to think “how would I ever survive without my phone”, but it’s actually not too bad.  I find that myself reading more, actually having conversations in the car with my husband instead of my face planted into my phone and I’m not concerned every five minutes if someone called, text, emailed me or liked my picture via Facebook.  Life actually isn’t so bad without my iPhone.  But it’s just temporary!  ;)

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Lauren | Still Plus Life - July 28, 2014 - 12:49 pm

I teach an iPhone photography class (in Virgina Beach, of all places, even though I live in Norfolk), and we had a student do just this: drop her phone in a pool (it was not a daring rescue, I’m afraid) and the rice worked for her. Sorry about your phone, but sometimes the message to unplug can be un-subtle. I watched your beach photos come through, maybe on FB or instagram (?) and wondered where you where. So funny that you were right here all along!