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January 5, 2013
January 5, 2013 Travis Dewitz

It has been a long while since I posted here to share with you some of my latest  boudoir portrait photography (permission given). My boudoir photography is done through The Boudoir in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. The Boudoir consists of Bobbie Sue and myself which gives our clients two different boudoir photography styles. You can always visit The Boudoir here or on Facebook. We specialize in classy, upscale boudoir photography that is very empowering to the client. Most clients purchase a boudoir session as a gift for a loved one or as a positive bump in their self-image of themselves. Every session is a lot of fun which all of our clients can attest to.



Travis Dewitz

I. Love. Photography. I love it. It lightens my heart, fills my soul, and allows me to capture life the way that I see it. I constantly yearn to show life in a way that hasn’t been seen before, to bring images to people in a fresh and innovative way. My favorite focus in photography, my specialty I guess you would say, is Railroad Photography & Art. Something about the rumbling of these great, big, beautiful machines. The way they shake the earth beneath you as they rumble by, how they invade your chest and you can feel the rumble inside you. The plumes of heat on a hot day represented in a heat wave. Snaking through a western valley, void of trees or any other distracting element. Just the train, by itself, in it’s own inexplicable beauty and power. From the time I was a child, they have captured my imagination. I’ve recently gotten into portraiture a bit, and I want to bring some of my experiences with trains to that arena. To capture the power of a person, the sadness, loneliness, omniscience, pride, love, & carefree spirit in a way that hasn’t been done before. I want people to look at themselves in a photograph I have taken, and see a side of themselves that they think no one else has ever seen. Dewitz Photography is all about capturing a moment in a way that has never been seen before, capturing a beauty that some never knew was even there.