Beyond Boudoir Photo Makes a House Call
Getting out of the studio and shooting in a different environment is a treat for a boudoir photographer. That's why I make house calls. Each house or apartment has different lighting, furniture and backgrounds. It adds to the challenge and uses skills that aren't needed in the studio. I have also found that my clients are usually more comfortable in their own home than they are if they drive to my studio. It doesn't take as long for them to warm up and enjoy the shoot.
Another advantage is that the home environment reflects the personality of the subject. The way a person decorates their home says a lot about their personality and capturing a client's personality is my primary goal.
The first four photos you see below are a nice example of what you can do with simple daylight coming in the window on a cloudy Winter day.
Warning! NSFW below this point!
The photos below are obviously in the bedroom and more of a traditional boudoir style. These were illuminated with a single strobe and softbox. When shooting boudoir poses in an actual bedroom, you really have to watch out for distracting objects in the background. If the bedroom is small, it can limit the places where the photographer can stand. Photographing a woman in her own bedroom may detract slightly from the technical perfection of the photos, but I think it more than makes up for that by creating images that seem more intimate and relaxed.
If you would like to have me do a house call for you, use the contact form to send me an email!
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