We are Georgios and Maria, two photographers in love with eachother and with a passion for photography!
We are based in a small city, a little outside Stockholm (Sweden) but will happily travel around the world for comissioned sessions or just for the joy of traveling. Our customers are both private persons (we photograph their wedding days, their happy moments in life and their beloved ones) as well as corporations, organisations and institutions (we cover their banquets, events and kick-offs, we portray their CEO, counsil and personal, and in cooparation with their graphic designers we help with the promotion of their brands). We love everything that has an apple-logo on it and as far as we remember ourselves we have been holding either a Nikon or a Hasselblad camera in our hands. We speak fluently english, svenska and ελληνικά and can very easily be contacted from skype ( ”orasis” ) and from the Viber app (from your smartphone):
Typically shot in a photographer’s studio or luxury hotel suites, it has become fashionable to create a set of sensual or sexually suggestive images of women (and occasionally men and couples) in ”boudoir style”. The most common manifestation of contemporary boudoir photography is to take variations of candid and posed photographs of the subject partly clothed or in lingerie. Nudity is more often implied than explicit. Commercially the genre is often (though not exclusively) derived from a market for brides to surprise their future husbands by gifting the images on or before their wedding day. Other motivations or inspiration for boudoir photography shoots include anniversaries, birthdays, Valentine’s Day, weight loss regimes, maternity, other form of body change or alteration (such as breast augmentation or reduction) and for servicemen and women overseas.
Boudoir photography may,in some cases, be distinguished from other photography genres such as glamour photography, fine art nude photography and erotic photography. According to research carried out in Digital Boudoir Photography (2006), John G. Blair said that the word ”Boudoir” or ”Boudoir portrait”, was used in 1980 by Motherlode Photography Studio in California to describe a picture more elegant than ”erotic portrait” or ”semi nude portrait”.