In the past year of Boudoir sessions, I’ve discovered that some of my absolute favorite photos are the most simple, the most pure – ones that involve nothing more than a white sheet or towel. No outfits. Just beauty.
In honor of this, I’ve decided to add a White Sheet Session to my package lineup!
THE WHITE SHEET SESSION
1 hour photo shoot at the studio in the Heights. No outfits photographed – just a white sheet. (You are welcome to wear whatever you choose under the sheet! Recommended: something nude or natural, preferably strapless.)
Your choice of one of the following:
20 page coffee table book, 8×10 or 10×10 in size, in our artistic layout of one image per page to showcase your beauty, with a leather cover; OR
DVD of all proofs from your session with a print release.** (Note: no special retouching will be done to the images.)
Options available to upgrade your album to the top of the line albums that we offer, to add more pages to your book, digital files of magazine retouched images or prints.
$400 for album -or- DVD with print release (normally $800)
$500 for album -and- DVD with print release (normally $1000)
Read all the details below about ALL of the Boudoir Sessions over at Boudoir Mon Cheri! Of course, you can opt to have the white sheet be one of your outfits if you choose to do one of our full sessions!
Live somewhere outside of Houston? I would love to come visit you there. Travel costs vary, but I’m happy to consider *anything*! We need to talk! Have a few friends that would be interested in a shoot as well? Contact me and we can organize a boudoir party – and you’ll get special discounts and gifts!
I will be traveling to Atlanta, Georgia and Savannah, Georgia in late June, and New Orleans, Louisiana in mid-August – let me know if you would like to set up a session in one of these cities while I’m there!
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