OK, so when I moved the boudoir studio from Baltimore to Severna Park, I decided to take a risk on the new building. The Baltimore boudoir location was amazing: hardwood floors with burn marks from sails constructed there 200 years prior, large windows, open space with high ceilings…it was beautiful.
I chose an office park for the Annapolis boudoir location. There are some downsides to an office, but with a little creativity, it’s easy to transform dropped ceilings and pile carpet into a glamour photography studio. I’ll be featuring different sets in the new studio, along with client images. My hope is that the boudoir images posted here will be inspiring both to clients and other boudoir photographers.
First up: the bohemian boudoir room! I wanted an organic, natural feel here: no heels needed for this set, but heels always look good! I loved these red-bottoms that are in our client closet (hint: you can wear these during your session!).
The light in this room is divine! More of Taylor’s session can be seen here.
See what I mean about the divine light? For more images of Tamara’s Maryland boudoir session, check out this post.