A bottle of Tequila, a Cowgirl hat and a beautiful turquoise pair of Cowgirl boots figure prominently into Lady C’s second set of images from her boudoir session. This bolder side of boudoir often involves a black backdrop, darker colors, a bold red lip and dramatic light. Using shadows AND light make for more impactful images. And incorporating special items – like the boots (which she wore for her wedding where she gifted him the album) and the hat – make the boudoir session that much better.
For boudoir sessions I always encourage my clients to bring things that are special to them – or the person they are gifting the session to – and that can include anything from a sports team and sports props to something as simple as the hat and boots. Anything that tells a story make the boudoir session more personal and also more special.
Bridal boudoir can be soft and sweet, like the first set of photos from Lady C’s session (click here to see those) or can be bold and dramatic and filled with shadows and glamour like the ones we did for her second look. No matter what you choose, I almost can guarantee that not only will the person you’re gifting the album to be floored, but you’ll walk away feeling better, more confident, sexier and beautiful. The benefit of boudoir reaches far beyond the images, and goes deeper into how we, specifically women, see ourselves. If I, as a photographer, can help each person who steps forward to do a session look and feel differently – better – about their body, then it’s a win for me. So if you’re even thinking about doing a Tucson boudoir session, give me a call and we can talk through all your questions!
[…] took using natural light against a softer white backdrop. Soft and sweet were the story of the day. Click here to see the bolder, sexier images we did on the black […]