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Crowne Plaza - Governor's Suite - Houston, TX
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Hilton Greenspoint - King Suite - Houston, TX
Boudoir Photography - Boudoir Photography is defined by the space that the model occupies and not her
attire. The Model is in her personal space where she does not expect other people to enter, and she is typically very
scantily clad. Lingerie is only one possibility for her clothing type or lack thereof.

Typical settings for Boudoir Photography can include the Bedroom, Make-up Space, Parlor or Sitting Room,
Bathroom, Balcony or Terrace, and even Her Sauna or Spa. Framing of shots must include Panoramas of the
Boudoir Space. Matching of the Model and the Boudoir Space presents additional challenge for the Set Designer
and Photographer, especially when the Photographer shoots in Portrait Orientation. It is clear that back cloths and
simple backgrounds are usually never acceptable for Boudoir.  Boudoir Sets are Complex and usually quite

When shooting Boudoir, assume that the Photographer has unusually high costs of preparing the set. Do not be
alarmed if a higher fee is applied. I often target upscale hotel suites for Boudoir Photography. In addition to finding a
luxuriously appointed Hotel Suite, the Photographer should also do a fair amount of work to remove hotel markers,
like the 1980s hotel telephone, the hotel work desk, the standard TV set, the un-attractive window view,and other
obvious give-aways.  In addition, the Photographer should invest in the addition of personal items not normally
visible in a hotel suite, like the cell phone, a bouquet of flowers, a good looking book or two, a comb/brush/mirror
set, bottled spirits and glasses, and any other personal effects that make the space appear to belong to the Model.
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