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To Print or Not to Print? That is the question!




 

As a female photographer specializing in boudoir photography, I get asked this question all the time: "Should I print my boudoir photos or just stick with the digital images?" My answer is always the same: printing is a must. Here's why:


First off, let's talk about the experience. When you have your boudoir photos printed, you get to hold them in your hands, feel the texture of the paper, and see the colors in all their glory. You can create a physical album that tells the story of your shoot, and every time you look through it, you'll be transported back to that moment or print your favorite picture from your session to hang on the wall. It's a tangible reminder of your beauty, your strength, your sensuality. Digital images, on the other hand, can easily get lost in the shuffle of everyday life, buried in a folder on your computer.



Another reason to print your boudoir photos is that you'll have them forever. Technology changes at lightning speed, and who knows what will happen to all those digital files we're accumulating. Hard drives fail, cloud storage gets hacked, devices become obsolete. But a printed photo, properly cared for, can last a lifetime and beyond. It's a precious heirloom you can pass down to future generations.


But let's not forget about the artistry of printing. When you work with a professional lab, you can choose from a variety of paper types and finishes, from glossy to matte to metallic. You can get your images framed or mounted on canvas for a truly stunning display. You can even create custom products like photo books, calendars, and wall art. The possibilities are endless, and the results are breathtaking.



Of course, there are some downsides to printing your boudoir photos. It can be a little more expensive, especially if you opt for high-end products. It can also be time-consuming to sort through all your images and decide which ones to print. But in my opinion, the benefits far outweigh the drawbacks.


In conclusion, if you've invested time, money, and emotion into your boudoir shoot, why not go the extra mile and print your photos? You'll have a physical reminder of your beauty and strength, a timeless heirloom to cherish, and a work of art to display in your home. Don't just settle for digital images that may get lost in the sea of data. Print your boudoir photos and enjoy them for years to come.


For more information about doing your own Boudoir Session in The Owlet Room fill out our form and we will be in contact with you.




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