Though her career began in model photography, Graciela Torres always photographed boudoir portraits on the side. She loved how capturing women’s sensual sides and personality quirks in the same image often resulted in a profoundly positive change in how they felt about themselves—and from her skyrocketing clientele, it's clear that they did too. With her blossoming success, she soon transitioned to doing boudoir photography full-time. Today, she leads in-studio and on location boudoir shoots, using her energetic personality to keep sessions upbeat and fun while her artistic instincts capture subjects at their most authentic. She flaunts a knack for vintage-style images, often adding the sepia hues of the 1940s, the gritty overexposure of the 1970s, or the shoulder-pad close-ups of the 1980s in postproduction to channel the timeless beauties of past decades.