I am always adding and editing sets to keep things fresh. I get attract clients who want to keep things cute and conservative, clients who want more of an edgy vibe, and everything in between. So I have created 14 sets to make sure all of my clients can find something that make them feel like themselves and represent who they are. I have two beds in the studio. One of those is the white boudoir bed set.
The White Bed Set
The white bed is one of the original studio sets. This set allows me to get a variety of shots – from soft and cozy to wild and sexy – all while giving me great angles to shoot everything from your legs and shoes to your lips and neckline. Many clients choose this set because of the brightness it brings to their photos. It portrays just the right mix of innocence and sexiness.
This is the set that started it all. When I first started shooting boudoir and decided to add my first bed set I knew this was the one. This bed was given to me fifteen years ago and sat in our guest bedroom. It was short lived as a guest set and made its way as our main bedroom set. It’s totally up my alley it matches my love for an old vintage vibe and makes for great bright and airy boudoir photos.
Being ‘wrapped in the sheets’ is the classic look that most people think of when they think of boudoir photography. I am here to show you that there are so many other options to go along with that look, and this white bed set is a great set to do just that.
Hair & Makeup: Karmel Design Team Artistry
Photography: Boudoir by Bumby