Welcome to my studio friend!

When I first started to look for a studio, I knew what sort of space I wanted to create. I wanted a warm, homely, safe place for everyone to walk in and have a sense of comfort. I wanted something rustic, yet modern and surrounded by food (yes I wanted easy access to food!)

Then this little gem happened to pop up in my search, and when we walked through for a tour my heart skipped a beat. That overwhelming moment of excitement and intuition was telling me THIS was the one. This was it. I had been manifesting my own space for years and this was exactly what the universe was wanting me to wait for.

Boudoir Studio

Manning Building

For the history buffs, here's a little information about the building I now call my second home.

Manning Building was actually first built from 1902 to 1906 by the Manning Family who emigrated to Australia in the 1830's and became the biggest land owners in Fremantle (post colonisation). It was first called Manning Chambers and were separate buildings that housed shop keepers down the bottom and their homes on level one (no wonder I always feel "at home").

Then Silverleaf came in to redevelop this heritage listed site, and transformed it into a beautifully designed space for new shops and business, just like me! They did a great job at keeping the rustic and heritage history while adding a stylish and modern flair.

Photo of Manning Chambers, 1-5 William St, 1985, by Skip Watkins, from Fremantle Library Local History Collection #E000262. We wish to acknowledge the custodians of this land, the Wadjuk (Perth region) people of the Nyoongar nation and their Elders past, present and future. Candice Anne Photography acknowledges and respects their continuing culture and the contribution they make to the life of this city and this region.

Here's a little snippet of the building and inside my studio, however images don't do it justice! So if you're pondering on what to expect, then why not come visit me to see for yourself. Just shoot me an email at empower@candiceanne.com and let's arrange a time for you to see just how gorgeous this space really is.

FAQ

I don't think I could do this, I don't know how to pose!

Yes you can! Because I will guide and pose you through the whole way! Head to toe, arms and face. They can be tricky and possibly break a tiny sweat, but all you need to do is have fun and trust the process!

I don't have the confidence to do something like this.

You don't need confidence to do this, you need trust. Trust in the process and trust in me. Confidence is what you GAIN!

Do I have to be thin? I want to lose weight first, or I want to do XYZ first.

No!!!! Embracing and empowering is about loving your body for what it is right now in this very moment. It’s ok to want self-improvement, however embrace your now.

Do I need to bring my own Lingerie or Clothing?

I have a small selection of Naked Curve pieces for you to wear, along with some Honey Birdette items and chains, however it's still best to bring your own Lingerie.

Do you use photoshop to make people look thinner?

NO. I never or very rarely use photoshop to perform any body manipulation. I DO use Photoshop and other software to perform the very minor common retouching such as exposure, colour, tonal correction, shadow and highlight emphasis, skin smoothing and blemish removal. I do not offer body manipulation as that is not a true representation of your beautiful body.

Will anyone else see my photos?

No. No one will see your photos until you want to share them and if you give me permission to use or share them for marketing or social media.


We wish to acknowledge the custodians of this land, the Wadjuk (Perth region) people of the Nyoongar nation and their Elders past, present and future. Candice Anne Photography acknowledges and respects their continuing culture and the contribution they make to the life of this city and this region.

We are an all-inclusive small business that endeavours to continually educate ourselves on how we can support marginalised communities, including LGBTQIA, persons of colour and people with disabilities while acknowledging and exercising humility about our privilege.