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Howdy! You’ve had your fantastic boudoir photography session.  You’re feeling super brave, confident, and sexy. Exciting News - It’s time to order your photos!  Here are three things to consider when deciding how you’d like to present and preserve your gorgeous portraits. 


1. We are looking to memorialize your killer body and honor your femininity. Don’t let your images die on a screen.  Photographs are meant to be printed. There is nothing quite like a handcrafted photo album to display your portraits in a way that you (and bae) can hold and admire. Although online galleries and digital image displays are becoming an increasingly popular way to display photographs, there is still nothing like a physical album or epic piece of wall art. 


2. Albums are keepsakes.  Albums are books that tell your story. Well-designed albums inspire and elicit a wide range of emotions in incredible detail and brilliant color. Many photographers will spend hours or even days to craft a design that shows off your images as individual works of art. Albums are well worth the investment - they will last a lifetime and make your images accessible to you and anyone you deem worthy. You are much more likely to revisit these portraits in 10 years if you have a printed book than if they live solely on your current phone or computer.  


3. Why not just print the photos yourself at somewhere like Costco or Walgreens? You get what you pay for here. Budget-friendly places like these don’t do high-quality prints, especially for anything larger than a 5x7. The process of color correction and calibration is often overlooked by these labs but is essential to reproducing what you see on your computer screen accurately onto printed media. Most consumer-facing print labs do not offer the standards of quality that professional printers do, and you may find yourself with prints that are muddy and awkwardly trimmed. 

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