One definition of “nude” is “a naked human figure, typically as the subject of a painting, sculpture, or photograph,” while the definition of naked is “of a person or part of the body without clothes.” As an art form, nude photography is a stylized depiction of the nude body with the line and form of the human figure as the primary objective.

When reviewing this blog’s statistics, I couldn’t help but notice that many of the posts with the highest number of page views were ones mentioning the word “nude” or “nudity.” Although today’s image might be considered “partially” naked or even implied nude or whatever…

No matter what form of media they’ve appeared in, the nude figure has long been a subject for artists. Photographers, in particular, have been creating images of beautiful and undraped women ever since the invention of photography more than 150 years ago.

Early photographers imported the terminology of painting to the art nude and figure nude but there is really no one standard nude genre. Our own work, for example, is not typically the classic figure study but instead is more of a glamour nude. It’s a more idealized form of the genre and often the subject is partially nude and wearing some clothes.

Nevertheless, we at Blue Moon Boudoir Photography place the client’s wishes and desires ahead of our own and as can be seen in some of our recent blog posts featuring a very different manner of producing intimate portraits. First and foremost our own creativity remains at the services of our client. No matter what you choose to wear—if anything at all—our clients tell us they like the flexibility of our intimate portraiture sessions.

Please call us at 720-515-4497 or contact us via the Contact tab above and tell us what you have in mind and let’s schedule a photo shoot. Call us today to make and appointment for your own unique intimate portrait.

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