Here at Karen Ludwig Boudoir Photography there are a variety of print options. As you view these options, consider your personal privacy level. Are you a bold woman, ready to adorn your walls with sexy images of yourself? Do you feel cozier with the idea that the images we create are for select eyes only? Either way, I have an option for you! Want to know how to acquire one of your own? Click The Experience
Albums are a more discrete way to preserve your images. If enjoy taking a quiet moment to stop and remind yourself of the beautiful passionate woman you are, the album is a great option for you. The albums are covered with a black premium leather to keep your images private. The pages are a thick, durable construction, coming in 10, 20 or 30 pages. The sizes range from 6x6 inch to the large 10x10 inch. All albums are custom designed and include centerfolds. Because, who wouldn't want to be a centerfold, amiright?
This is a stunning daily reminder of the gorgeous woman you are, hanging right there on your wall! I offer versatile wall art options in metal and acrylic upgrade. Both are shiny and slick. These are the perfect way to display your images
This is the perfect mix of discrete and bold. Each 7x10 print is mounted individually in an 11x14 mat. The boxes hold 10, 20, or 30 mats with prints, and you select the ones you want. You can make a mix of images that you may want to display while some are reserved for private viewing. It's the best of both worlds!
Karen Ludwig Boudoir Photography believes in preserving your images. My goal is not only to create a great experience, and a wonderful confidence within yourself, but also to create archival products that you will treasure. Back in the 90's we saved digital information on a floppy disc. Then we moved on to CD's. Right now the flash drive is popular. When is the last time you used a floppy disc? My Mac doesn't even have a disc drive and flash drives are working their way to the back of the technology line. Technology gets outdated. Photographs do not. Did you know that an image of Billy The Kid was recently unearthed from the 1800's! Hard drives crash. Discs get lost or scratched. Photographs will be around much longer than the present technology. I create products that last. With that in mind, I do offer a few digital options because we don't live in the 1800's with Billy The Kid, and we all have cell phones.
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