Boudoir sessions are tailored to each client. This client brought in a golf club to have in some of her images, because her soon to be husband is a golfer and wanted to incorporate some of his interests in the photo shoot.

Typically my boudoir sessions are done during the day with natural light. Unfortunately, my client wasn’t able to make it during the day so we did an evening shoot and I dusted off my studio lighting.

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If you are interested in booking a boudoir session with Amber at Studio Pura, LLC please email her at amber@studiopura.com

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I have dreamed about photographing a ballerina for years. Their dedication, skill and strength amaze me. I had the privilege of photographing Brittany back in March and I am beyond excited to share these images with you.

I had the help of two amazing ladies, Milexy Torres of Milexy Couture who did a fabulous job on Brittany’s hair and Laura Sylvan of Laura Valentine Makeup who never disappoints.

Thank you to Brittany who was so patient with my lack of dance knowledge and to her mom who supported her and stayed during the whole photoshoot.

This photoshoot wouldn’t have happened without you 4 ladies! Thank you and enjoy!

Please email Amber to schedule your session! amber@studiopura.com

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  • April 18, 2015 - 2:28 pm

    Ang Waterton - Gorgeous work on this, Amber! Love the shots in the window and the one of her en pointe and folded in half is so striking!ReplyCancel

  • April 18, 2015 - 9:27 pm

    Claude Howard - These photos are awesome. Everything about them is great. You did a wonderful job on this project! We enjoyed this tremendously.ReplyCancel

I first met Rick in our Farmington Valley BNI group and has a great sense of humor. He owns and operates Red Oak Landscape of Canton and has a Maple Syrup Farm. Rick and I worked together to create these images, and I got an extensive lesson on sugar maple trees and the refining process.

To purchase pure Connecticut maple syrup call Rick at 860.693.6340.

First you have to know which trees are the sugar maples! The sugar maples have an amber colored bud where the red maples have a red bud.

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Red Maple

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The taps for the sap have to be done every year. There are three holes in this tree, the current hole with the tap, the 2nd, which is a visible hole and the third is a healed hole. Barbourtown_sugar_farm_canton_center_ct_studio_pura_photogr_27 copyPIN IMAGE

Once the taps are in, the lines have to be strung and let the weather and gravity do the work! Barbourtown Sugar Farm has 600 taps on 3 properties.

Barbourtown_sugar_farm_canton_center_ct_studio_pura_photogr_25 copyPIN IMAGEMaple sap is clear and looks like water when it’s collecting into the tanks.
Barbourtown_sugar_farm_canton_center_ct_studio_pura_photogr_1 copyPIN IMAGEBarbourtown_sugar_farm_canton_center_ct_studio_pura_photogr_6 copyPIN IMAGEOnce the sugar is collected into the tanks on the land, Rick will go out and collect the sap and pump it into a tank on his truck and bring it back to the shop to evaporate it. Then it’s pumped from the truck into the shop.Barbourtown_sugar_farm_canton_center_ct_studio_pura_photogr_12 copyPIN IMAGEThe evaporator is powered by wood and a TON of wood at that. They use pine since it burns so hot that they don’t have issues with creosote buildup like we would if we burned it in our fireplaces. The stack will get up to 800-900 degrees fahrenheit.

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Once the syrup is heated to 219 degrees and bubbling in the evaporator is needs to be drained through paper filters.Barbourtown_sugar_farm_canton_center_ct_studio_pura_photogr_5 copyPIN IMAGEBarbourtown_sugar_farm_canton_center_ct_studio_pura_photogr_16 copyPIN IMAGEBarbourtown_sugar_farm_canton_center_ct_studio_pura_photogr_14 copyPIN IMAGEBarbourtown_sugar_farm_canton_center_ct_studio_pura_photogr_13 copyPIN IMAGEThe syrup is then taken from the filter tank and poured into the final tank where it’s heated to over 200 degrees and tested with a barometer to make sure it’s ready to go.

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Having a baby will certainly change the way one thinks about the world. As a new mom, I love to watch how my son sees and experiences the world around him. Photographing other children experiencing life is just as wonderful a privilege.

I had the opportunity to photograph Mo, who just turned 1! Please enjoy these moments of him wearing his great grandfather’s hat and smiling sweetly for the camera.

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