The importance of having a variety of setups for a boudoir shoot

When you have a boudoir shoot it can be very tempting to only stay in one location but having 2 or 3 different setups can really take your shoot to the next level. Now, by different locations I don't mean travelling far and wide, across the country I simply mean utilising the variety of spaces where the shoot is happening.


For example a recent shoot took place in two rooms, a living room and a bedroom. In the living room we used the sofa for a lot of the lying down shots and an armchair to contrast this as the model was sitting down. This means that there will be a greater variety of images, making the most of the ones that are included in your chosen collection.


We then moved to the bedroom for a third setup. Having these three setups also means that the poses change so that you won't feel like you've been given photos that are very similar. This is one of the advantages of choosing to have a boudoir shoot at your house or an Airbnb as there will be a greater variety of setups that can be captured.


Some examples of the variety of shots that were captured can be seen below.



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