What I hear a lot when I’m planning custom boudoir shoots with my clients is “my house isn’t anything special”. Despite what you might think, you really don’t need a spectacular room in order to get great photos. I’m very used to working with small spaces and less-than-elaborate layouts. It’s great if you can clear away any clutter, and it’s always an extra added perk if you have a nice window we can use for some natural light, but I do bring studio lights in and can work in just about any lighting situation.
Miss A.’s private session was exactly this scenario. We actually used her fiance’s apartment bedroom, which had a great side window, and here are some of the stunning portraits we got from her session!