Tuxedo and bare skin make a sexy couples boudoir photo

Sexy Couples Boudoir Photos at Friends First Photo

LOGAN SQUARE, Chicago. Feb. 14th, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Friends First Photo, a Chicago photo studio announces a new way to keep summer love alive this Valentine’s Day: Couples Boudoir.  This hot new photography trend aims to make relationships stronger. Couples strip down to their underwear or further for sexy and intimate photos. The goal of this new type of revealing photography is to bring them closer and create artwork for their home. This photography session happens at Friends First Photo’s artist’s studio in the heart of Logan Square.

Friends First believes in creating time and space for reconnection.  After their hour-long photo session with professional hair and makeup, the studio and their couples design custom wall and album artwork together to display in their bedroom or living room.

“This is a chance for couples to celebrate what matters. Tattoo artists, physicians and people from all walks of life are photographed to level up their relationship.  It’s adventurous, so they reconnect. Couples create beautiful artwork to remember this experience.”  – Jake Miller, Founder, Friends First Photo

Friends First Photo expects demand to triple next year as many couples are replacing traditional engagement photography with couples boudoir. They are booking Couples Boudoir sessions now at https://friendsfirstphoto.com/boudoir

“As an intensely private and reserved person that tends to hold back emotionally, Friends First Photo helped me open up to my husband even more. After 19 years of marriage and three kids, he captured how I feel that my husband looks at me when I don’t know it.  I felt deeply and immensely loved and desired beyond words.”

– Carmen T

Tattooed couples boudoir with man helping woman unhook her bra.
Chicago Couples Boudoir Photographer

About Friends First

Friends First has been photographing weddings, couples boudoir and families since 2012.  For seven years the business focused on family portraits and LGBTQ weddings. Friends First upholds their value as an inclusive place for families of all backgrounds. Known for tattooed, LGBTQ and offbeat weddings, the company expanded into Couples Boudoir in 2017.

For more information, visit www.friendsfirstphoto.com

Media contact:
Jake Miller
friendsfirstphoto@gmail.com
312-927-5253

SOURCE Friends First Photo

Friends First Photo is dedicated to improving the lives of people affected by domestic violence. We donate 5% of sales from artwork to the Chicago Metropolitan Battered Women’s Network.

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