Welcome to the B-Side of the business where you get an inside peek of the backstage area of JDP.

I’m Jasemine, in case you didn’t know. I travel as a photographer, I write novels that I swear are better than my personal instagram narratives , and fashion is my favorite off duty hobby. I live life like a rockstar, and every photoshoot is like performing in my favorite city.

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Happy June | Self Portrait & Six Month Check In!

June 18, 2019 4 min read 11 Comments

Happy June, Kings, Queens and Royal beings! I know I don’t share too many self portrait sessions but this one touches my heart and sets the tone for the next six. I’ve been doing a lot of self portrait photography these past few years and as a photographer, it’s rejuvenating and inspiring. Getting to do this session inspired me to share one of my favorite processes with you so Happy June, thanks for tuning in and keep scrolling!

Happy June // Self Portrait & Six Month Check In

June is an amazing time for me to reflect back on the year. Every year we have a company wide boudoir party where we encourage the model to look back on their year before the season changes and address some of the things that have been slipped up on or that have changed. In order to do that, I first take a step back and look at what I’ve done myself for the company.

I wanted to share some tips for year about making your own six month check in.

Let’s Talk Productivity & Reflection

The biggest part of a checkin whether you’re a business owner or just growing as a person is being productive. Being productive means you have to take the time to reflect on your level of productivity. The biggest part of being productive is being honest with yourself. We all wanna lie and tell ourselves that we had an incredible six months. That’s nice but the point of the check in is to be productive. Here’s some ways to help you:

Make a List:

  • Make a list.
    • Making a list of all the things you want to achieve in the next year is an incredible process. Here’s how you do it. Start with your someday goal, then your five year,  based off that goal, then one year, one month, weekly and then daily + right now. Each goal is based off the one before it.
    • Nara Lee has an incredible goal setting course to help you.
    • Start with your most tangible goals and work your way down.

How did I put that into practice? 

Can you tell I did my makeup myself?

One of my goals for the year was to get more photography done, and my smaller goal was to get into makeup because it would motivate me to invest time. Both of these were spawned out of a goal to get into retouching which I now practice every single day. It helps that every self portrait session is a ritual I do in the morning to get me prepared for my day. It’s slowly teaching me to be creative, even in the morning.

Be Real About Falling Backwards:

I hate this one.

The object of this part in the check in is to tell yourself where you fell short. When you start making a goal setting list, you’re amped. All these things you wanna do… All these factors of your life you’re going to change but you also need to look over what yo’ve been slipping on. Typically I try to make a list of five things and they have a what and a why. Then I give myself tips on how to fix it.

Example: 

1.) I haven’t updated Patreon as much as I wanted to because it’s difficult to create enough sets for the empire. This year, I think making a scheduled day to schedule content will be more productive.

2.) I think I’ve stopped taking horizantal photos because I’ve became more interested in posting to Instagram than storyboarding and building shoots. I plan to limit my Instagram browsing time in order to not adopt the entire design scheme of the website.

That’s two. Be realistic, be brutal, and be ready to come up with the solution that works.

Finally, Stay Motivated.

What makes you motivated? It’s easy to tell yourself what to do but it’s harder to do it. Personally, I’m motivated by music, pretty things and instant gratification. It doesn’t always work that way so I have to focus on how to make all those things vibe at once. I have playlists for my work day and I merge the instant gratification of pretty things by creating a budget for myself that involves getting rewarded for progress. for instance, if I pay my credit card down in time, I’ll put aside an extra $50 to get myself a nice little something to match whatever my next collaboration is. (This time it was this bodysuit for this collab with Weave N Luxury). The better the progress, the bigger the purchase.. Just don’t break the bank!

So are you ready?

Drop a comment and tell me you’re ready for a checkin! What do you plan to work on first?

 

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Wedding Wednesday // Tiffany’s Themed Wedding

May 22, 2019 2 min read 22 Comments

Need ideas for a themed wedding?
All summer long, I’m gonna be sharing weddings, wedding themes, and wedding stories! There’s an art to how weddings are done from coordination to decoration and because it’s wedding season, I’m here to share this with you. If you need a wedding photographer, by the way.. I travel. 😉

Wedding Wednesday // Tiffanys Themed Wedding

I love weddings, obviously. I shoot about 10-20 a year. I don’t think anyone recognizes how amazing how amazing the wedding decor of themed weddings are. I find myself looking at the decor of weddings and being inspired. I realized that the wedding decor of this wedding for Rai and Bianca could’ve totally been a Tiffany’s themed wedding!

I didn’t get a chance to ask the wedding coordinator but if she reads this, here’s looking at you! You did a stellar job coordinating this!

The reason this stood out as Tiffany’s to me, is because of the little gift boxes on the party favor table.

The tale decor was beautiful as well.

I had a tough time choosing between two favorites. The first had to be the sweets, treats and cake table…

…and the bride’s bouquet!

 

The entire wedding ceremony was simply dazzling and the bride and groom were simply so beautiful and so in love!

What was the theme for your wedding? & if you haven’t gotten married you planning to have a theme?

Let me know in the comments and don’t forget to follow me on Instagram for more photography updates!

ClaustoClothic #16: Goth Festival Fashion

May 10, 2019 3 min read 28 Comments

Festival fashion season is here! That’s like my version of Fashion Week. My runway is there sand, my audience are all the people who are fans of the same music as me and my purpose… To get down while staying fashionable and comfortable at the same time! Are you ready for fesitval fashion season?? If not, don’t fret babe. Your favorite photographer is gonna show you all the creative looks you can create this summer and I’ma tell you where to get it from!

ClaustroClothic #16: Goth Festival Fashion

Okay so I jumped the gun a bit. The time is almost here. My favorite part of the summer is when it’s sticky hot. I’m probably sweating from dancing and my only way to cool off is to hop in the pit.  It’s not that time yet. No, it’s spring.. So it’s grab a bunch of your girls and use the buddy system to get a good seat at your favorite show.

For me, spring festival fashion is always about looking good as hell but feeling comfortable too. This summer is gonna be another colorful one, but most of the time I try to stay subtle.

The basics of this outfit

I’m a sucker for layers. The key to this outfit is that it had to have a flow to it. I wanted to come in looking like the Countess from American Horror Story (I did a look inspired by the show a while back.) That’s where the sheer kimono robe style top comes in. I got mine from Dolls Kill but it’s a little long for me so if you’re short like me, get the one I linked instead. Because it was so long, I used my Xylia belt from SKG Designs to give it that cinched waist look. The last thing I need is to trip on my flow vogue walking around a festival.

Underneath that is where my color remains. The purple lace bodysuit underneath the Venus bodysuit from SKG Designs. I didn’t feel comfortable wearing either of these individually so pairing them made me feel less exposed.

The Accessories

I decided that this is the summer that I start finding amazing things to put outfits together. Outside of harnesses, I never think about what’s going to put the personality into my outfits… It’s a challenge. No summer look for me would be complete with my signature round hat.  My mom used to rock these when she was younger.  Paired with pretty much any pair of round shades, I always feel like I’m taking it back to my roots. My style has always been inspired by one of my mom’s favorite fashion icons– Prince which is why this is the summer of purple.

The necklace is officially a favorite of mine. When I imagine festival fashion, I see boho in my head and this necklace is BOHO. No goth festival fashion look would be complete to me without a black lace parasol so I had to finally snag one from Amazon and I’m loving it. My fan comes from SourPuss Clothing which is a new favorite of mine.

Last but Certainly Not Least, The Shoes.

My baby bats!

I almost always skipped Killstar in the past when I go on my shopping sprees, but lately I’ve been catching every single clearance they have which is where I got these shoes. Honestly, it changed my entire perspective of Killstar up. If you’re more into the traditional goth style as opposed to the street style, you just gotta know where to shop. This won’t be my last haul with them so trusst me when I say, I got you.

That’s the look! What’s the next festival/event/show you’ll be attending?

I’ll be at Chicago’s Hotel Diablo tour stop next month screaming for Kells. What festival will you be at? Also don’t forget to follow my personal instagram for daily outfit inspiration! 

 

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Storm Cosplay // Chennette – Cosplay Photography

April 26, 2019 1 min read 12 Comments

This wouldn’t be the first Storm Cosplay you’ve seen over at JDcom. Two years ago, I did a Punk Storm Cosplay collaboration with Weave N Luxury, but honey.. This is nothing like that. This Storm Cosplay done by the beautiful Chennette came to take the glory.

Storm Cosplay

This Storm cosplay was Chennette’s first photoshoot with me admittedly, I was nervous. I’ve shot a handful of Storms since I started getting into cosplay photography but I knew from the moment she started taking the posing direction that this storm was going to have to be different. It was the first Storm I’d seen that genuinely resembled the cartoons I grew up on! I wanted to have that dramatics, that wrath, that power and Chennette was eager to deliver!

Needless to say, she lit the studio up…

 

 

What did you think of this Storm Cosplay?

Do you cosplay? Or is there a character you’d love to see brought to life by one of the talented cosplayers that have worked with Jasemine Denise Photography? Slide over to the cosplay photography section and check out some o the other amazing photoshoots that have been posted. Also, don’t forget to follow Chennette on Instagram.

Congratulations to Mariah! // Maternity Photoshoot

April 14, 2019 2 min read 19 Comments

As I’m typing this maternity photoshoot blog, I’m shaking with excitement. By the time you start reading this, the King will already have emerged victorious and we couldn’t be more proud. The Cancino family is one of my favorites to photograph. I’ve known them for half my life. I can vividly remember Mariah taking the cinnamon challenge in the kitchen of where I was getting one of my many tattoos. That’s a story for another day. Today, we celebrate the coming of Mariah’s firstborn child by showing off her maternity photoshoot!

Congratulations Mariah // Lansing Maternity Photoshoot

Here comes her nephew Bluu to make it even cuter.
He’s clearly an excited cousin but he had so many questions about what was going on inside of the belly that we couldn’t help but laugh as he ran around his mom to be a part of every single photo!

Lansing maternity photoshoot - outdoors - Jasemine Denise Photography Lansing maternity photoshoot - outdoors - Jasemine Denise Photography

This maternity photoshoot also took a creatively evolving turn! As you can see it started to snow, so we finished the rest of her session in a makeshift studio. Coming all the way from Chicago, I didn’t travel with a ton of lights or a backdrop. Typically, I do but we only had two sessions in Lansing… So we finished the session the best way Jasemine Denise Photography knows how.. On the fly.

It got even more cuter because this baby was born a king. 

Congratulations to Mariah on her newborn boy Kyrie!
What did you think of this Maternity Photoshoot?

Which side of it was your favorite? The outdoor or the indoor! Do you have a maternity photoshoot coming up? Jasemine Denise Photography does travel and has quite a few tour dates coming up! If you’re from Chicago, you can book one anytime! Click the button below.

Book your own Maternity Session with JDP!

Also follow me on Instagram to see more photoshoots before they drop here on the blog.
Until Next Time

Fan Friday: True Crime.

March 8, 2019 3 min read 22 Comments

Is it ever going to get warm in Chicago or am I going to have to sit and watch True Crime shows forever? Okay, so like.. Listen. I’m a huge true crime fan. Like huge. I’m gonna tell you my top 5 favorite shows in a second….but first, I have to show you two new items in my closet that were pretty much made for me.

Fan Friday: True Crime

I’m not a graphic tee girl. That’s never my am. Yet, when I laid eyes on this shirt from Kellan and Company, I couldn’t resist. My entire WINTER has been summed up in three lines and the shirt matches my Forever 21 pink leather jacket.

My generation is the Netflix and Chill generation. Which, before I found out what that actually meant, I was really stoked. I can go on a date and binge watch Supernatural? Great, I need to get caught up. Hope my date starts at 10am, because now that I’m a full time photographer.. I’m gonna be knocked out before mid-season. The only thing that’s gonna wake me up is the infamous Carry on My Wayward Son season finale.

That’s off topic.

This shirt describes my perfect Friday night. My wine drink of choice right now? 

Nightjar. I’m not normally a wine person but my friends took me to a Coopers Hawk wine tasting and that kinda change my mind. Romance Red is my choice because it’s sweet, but… Nightjar is not your average bottle.

Now. The Reason We’re All here.The True Crime.

Let me preface this by explaining how I got into true crime. When I was a child, I grew up on the south side of Chicago. Criminals were getting away with everything. I was genuinely terrified of everything. I remember constantly asking.. What kind of people do these things. My grandfather, a retired Chicago policeman said to me– “Those people have problems that people don’t understand.” It became an interest of mine to understand, so I would be less afraid. Before I wanted to be a photographer, I wanted to be a lawyer, and before that I was interested in finding a job that allowed me to analyze the mind of criminals.

If I’m being honest, the concept of that is actually scary. I don’t think I could ever witness it first hand. That’s when I began to read, watch, and research true crime. I never wanted to tell my children I didn’t know what sort of dangers they would face.

I’m super into true crime. Like, I watch all the “boring” ones where they assess someone’s psychological mindset from birth too.

However, my favorite true crime shows.. The ones with the reenactments.

Deadly Women is my first favorite. Their reenactments are so real. It really paints the narrative of the story but also, if you watch it enough.. You see which actresses they’ve casted more than once to demonstrate the menacing murderous women.

The First 48 was the first ever True crime show I saw and honestly.. My face every episode was:

Witnessing detectives RACE the clock to find criminals spark so much intrigue to me. The pressure is on, and I’ve never seen anything like it. It’s nail biting.

Lastly,

Forensics Files is my go-to. It’s the least scariest version of learning about criminology from a scientific side and the people they interview are so honest, it’s so raw, and it’s groundbreaking. Without Forensics, cases wouldn’t be solved. Even more, FF actually has a few episodes where they show how Forensics has proved a man who held a guilty sentence innocent when he couldn’t. That is incredible to me. In society today, there are so many wrongly accused people who serve real time because there was no evidence to prove their innocence. It’s because of forensics that these people can get a fair trial and the real criminal can be found.

 

So, I’ve Shared One of The Genres of Television that I’m a Fan of.. What about you? What sort of television gets you hooked?

Pin: Lilly Baik
Shirt: Kellan & Co 

ClaustroClothic #18: Single Item Challenge // Alternative Fashion

February 13, 2019 3 min read 27 Comments

This year, I did something an alternative fashion blogger should always do. I challenged myself to clean out my closet. I didn’t wanna just throw my clothes away. I wanted to make it a fun challenge! So, I’m really into the idea of creating a look based off of a single item. It makes for a fun challenge. This year I’m trying to get a little more experimental with my alternative fashion. Next week, you’ll see me introducing a brand new section of the ClaustroClothic alternative fashion blog to you. It’s going to be something you’re gonna be invited to join, so I hope you’re ready. Anyway!

ClaustroClothic #18: Single Item Challenge // Alternative Fashion

What Inspired this Outfit?

I bought these socks at the end of last year, right before Halloween. There were supposed to go together with this bloody look I was planning for a Suicide Girls Burlesque show I didn’t end up attending. I had already bought shoes and even made a jacket for it, but I never actually put together the rest of the outfit.I decided that I would create a look based off the socks, seeing as though I never actually wore them. One item. One mission. To create a really awesome alternative fashion look off of them.

Here’s a sneak peek of the jacket I made:

How It Felt When I First Put it On.

This look took a lot of contemplation. I never think about tops when I put together looks, and I knew whatever the shirt was going to be, it had to be… the pop that put it all together. I had to really go to the drawing boards for this one. I was thumbing through Depop one day when my eyes caught this Deandri top. I’ve always been a huge fan of Deandri, because I love collard tops. There was no way I was passing that up. To my surprise, it was the piece I was missing for this look and when I put it on, I thought to myself success! 

What was the best Part of this outfit?

Finally getting to wear my skirt! I found this white pleated tennis skirt at a thrift store, and lost my mind. I remember walking up to the register giddily imagining how many outfits I was gonna put together with it! Guess how many I actually put together? Yep. You guessed it. Zero. It’s white! I got anxiety remembering one time I wore a white shirt to a party, and laughed so hard I fell backwards into a whole plate of salsa. I’m clumsy like that.

Of course I had to style an SKG collar into it. The Emalia went perfect!

Why you should try the Single Item Challenge.

Even if you’re not into alternative fashion specifically, this should be something you’re thinking about! We’re all guilty of buying a piece of clothing that we are never gonna wear. In your brain, you’re gonna find all the perfect items to serve a real look. Lately I’ve been hooked on the Konmari method but really confused about how to identify articles of clothing that spark joy. Needless to say, it’s been a long time since I pieced together an outfit that almost made me jump for joy… This was it. I’ll be doing more single item challenges to get rid of those pesky pieces of clothing I bought or kept but can’t style them to save my life.

It’s a fun one way to confront the way you buy clothes. I can’t tell you how many items I’ve pulled out my closet and am planning to challenge myself with! Are you planning to stick around for more?

Follow me on Instagram to see more of my daily alternative fashion looks! 

 

Valentines Day Boudoir Photoshoot | Holy Cherries

February 10, 2019 1 min read 27 Comments
Happy Valentine’s Day week! It’s only fair that in celebration, you get to see a bunch of beautiful women love themselves! The beauty of boudoir photoshoot parties is that I get to see a ton of women celebrate themselves both passionately and creatively. Holy Cherries definitely took home the award for most creative Valentines Day themed costume!

Disclaimer: Before you pass judgement on anyone featured in this post, remember that this is an artistic boudoir Session. 

Top 5 Reasons To Celebrate Cosplay Sass

February 8, 2019 2 min read 7 Comments

Today is the birthday of our beloved Cosplay Sass. Today, they are 24 and I just have to celebrate how proud of them I am. In case you don’t know Bec, the face behind Cosplay Sassthey’re an incredible human being. I want you to know just how great they are.

#01: They taught me about gender non-comformity.

 

I remember I was driving them home from a shoot when they said “Hey, Jasemine. By the way, my pronouns are They/Them.” My response was huh?? I had never heard that. They didn’t frown and judge me, they simply explained what being non binary meant, considering it was the first of many times in my life I’d ever heard of it. I remember when I was struggling to correctly use the pronoun, they said: “Imagine it as if I’m two different people,” and that has taught me a lesson that has paid off for years to come.

#02: Their Cosplays are freaking amazing!

Collaborating with them is fun, I’ve done it myself and I’ve witnessed other people do it as well. The solo cosplays Bec has done have been incredible. They really go the extra mile. From building up the Hades wig to picking the most sassy characters, they are the embodiment of Cosplay Sass.

#03: Their relationship with their partner is the cutest.

Seriously, Angelo is such a supportive and truly amusing person. He’s always right around the corner from Bec making sure their cosplays look perfect from body paint to the position of the balloons in this birthday shoot. They’ve done shoots together in and out of cosplay now. I always joke that I know I’ve made it because a photo I’ve taken is really on a pillow!

 

04: They have so many talents.

Bec is tremendously talented. Outside of creating amazing cosplays, they also do crosttitching which is hilarious because their Etsy Shop is definitely called Crossed Stitch Sass. For my birthday, they made me an amazing framed embroidered sign and the stickers they’ve made are amazing! I just found out too that they can do ballet!

05: They’re an amazing friend.

I can’t even describe in the time that I’ve known them all the amazing things they’ve done for team and me personally. Our company has a fog machine because of them… Comes complete with a fog man too. For me, they’ve always been super supportive and I can’t help but laugh when they’re around.

Wish them a Happy birthday and also:

Follow Cosplay Sass: Instagram / Facebook / Twitter Patreon

Gabbie The Riveter // Boudoir Photoshoot

February 3, 2019 2 min read 2 Comments

I told you Kings and Queens on Instagram that I’d be sharing more boudoir photoshoot sessions this month. I mean, it’s Valentine’s Day and it’s not all about loving your partner. It’s about loving yourself too. Expect to see some more boudoir photoshoot magic throughout the course of the month! Today, it’s the amazing Gabbie the Riveter.

Gabbie the Riveter // Boudoir Photoshoot

I always try to give you guys some advice about how to have a successful boudoir photoshoot. Today’s advice: Have a theme. For Gabbie, she was Rosie the Riveter. At the time and even know, Gabbie was always uneasy about boudoir photoshoot sessions. She was nervous as any woman would be, but she came back this time and expressed the

Can you see it? The confidence literally unfolding throughout this boudoir photoshoot?

As you get comfortable during a boudoir photoshoot, I can confirm that you completely forget that the camera is even around. To capture these moments, I literally climbed into the bathtub and hid myself behind the towels so all that this Queen saw was a camera.. waiting to capture her beauty.

A boudoir photoshoot is all about letting your hair down. Sometimes figuratively, and sometimes literally.

What happens after you let your hair down?

The rest of the way that a boudoir photoshoot goes is all up to you.You are the one that guides the narrative to the art of expressing your confidence in your body. If you’re really curious about the way this boudoir photoshoot ended up, there’s a second part going live on Patreon tonight. Wanna let your own hair down?

Book a Boudoir photoshoot with Jasemine Denise Photography. 

Cosplay Sass // Buffy The Vampire Slayer Cosplay

January 31, 2019 2 min read 24 Comments

This was featured on Cosplay Sass’s blog first, but I couldn’t help but share it. Do you remember the first Buffy The Vampire Slayer cosplay photoshoot I shared? I was Nikki Wood, the mother of Principal Wood and the infamous Slayer victim of New York. or years, I imagined having a badass cosplay partner who was going to really show out. Cosplay Sass did it.

Buffy The Vampire Slayer Cosplay // Nikki and Spike.

The year is 1977 and the fight begins in a train car. Spike (Cosplay Sass) approached Nikki, with a rail that he broke off from the train car with vampire strength. Nikki, our sworn Vampire killing leader, was undeterred. A fight ensued.. and honestly, it looks like our beloved slayer may have the upper hand.

She missed that kick and Spike had no problems taking his shot. They fight. It goes down… Arms swinging, rails railing..

While we don’t wanna admit it… We all know how it ends.

Spike not only leaves triumphant, he leaves with Nikki’s beloved leather coat.. becoming a forever piece of the man that Spike is.

Behind the Scenes of the Buffy The Vampire Slayer Cosplay.

This almost didn’t get done. Cosplay Sass stayed on me about it. We got up early and rode the Chicago Transit Authority line to O’Hare and waited for everyone to get off. I’m not gonna lie, my heart thudded in my chest when a worker came to clean up and her eyes met ours. I smiled, still standing in fight stance and gave her a slight thumbs up. She laughed, shook her head, and kept the door open for us.. so that when we were done.. We could get off.

Bec’s look is brought to you by their awesome cosplay skills and the Xylia belt created by SKG Designs! That’s how you seriously bring a look together.

 

As for me, I had all the elements of my Nikki Wood preserved for a time like that. I was so ecstatic for this but determined to stay angry looking. So, I had to do some serious fake eyebrow drawing so that my eyebrows would stay frowned. It was incredible and terrifying all at once. This was a hell of an experience. I love collaborating with Cosplay Sass so hopefully we get to do it again soon.

Follow Cosplay Sass: Instagram / Facebook / Twitter Patreon

Do you have a friend you want to do a cosplay collab with?

I’m READY!! Do you have a cosplay you’re dying to shoot? Jasemine Denise Photography is booking photoshoots of all kinds or 2019. JDP will also be floating back around the Chicago Comic Con 2019. No clue what kind of photoshoot to book? That’s okay. Poke around the portfolio and see what inspires you!

 

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