If you live in the greater St Louis area, whether on the Illinois or Missouri side, I promise the drive to my boudoir studio is worth it. We have a number of French and Renaissance inspired sets that make the perfect backdrop for your boudoir photoshoot including hair and makeup. This bed is one of my favorite piece of furniture in my local boudoir studio. The headboard has tufted cushions and ornate wordwork which work together to give it an ornate and vintage French feel. The dreamy look achieved in this photograph is done by photographing through a crystal set up right against my camera lens. I love to use this technique and others when photographing clients for their boudoir and portrait sessions, as it adds a nice quality and feeling of romance to the images. It also works well to use in place of photoshop and airbrushing, as it can camoflauge cellulite and stretch marks. I definitely use airbrushing and other photoshop tools when my clients request them, but I love being able to use things in camera and while actually photographing, so that clients can see their beauty without an added layer of photoshop. You are beautiful, and that is with or without retouching.