(Closed) Boudoir Photography Pricing

posted 9 years ago in Photos/Videos
Post # 4
2634 posts
Sugar bee

I’ve been pricing it here in San Diego recently and $400 is on the lower end here – so honestly, that sounds about right (esp if you want GREAT pics!).

Post # 5
2288 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: November 2010

I’m in the Sacramento area, and I’m paying $300 for the sitting, plus airfare (we’re headed down to a private beach!), hotel, and car rental. The most that the album is going to cost me is $650 if I go with the 30 page 8×8. Because this is something that my photographer has always wanted to do, she isn’t charging me for travel fees (bless her heart!).

Post # 6
1147 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: January 2011

How did you find your photogs for it? Did they advertise that they take boudoirs or did you just ask them? I can’t find any in the Spokane area and I really want to get it done.

Post # 7
72 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: April 2010

I’m in the Orlando area, and it’s about that here too.  I was hoping to be able to do a session, but I don’t really have that much to spend..  One I found was like $650 for a session but only included 4 prints, an online gallery and hair and makeup!

Post # 8
713 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: February 2010

I am paying $800 for 2 hours and an album.. so $400 sounds good… but this photographer is seriously an artist.. i am doing at her old farm house that she renovated.. she has all these rooms of fabulous furniture.. this is way more than what i wanted to spend.. but as soon as i saw her work i knew that i just had to make it work!! peanut butter sandwiches for a while now.. haha


Post # 9
18637 posts
Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2009

I paid $600 for 2 hours and as many changes as I wanted.  I got an album with 20 pictures.  Definetly more expensive that yours!

Post # 10
255 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: April 2004

Soooo much depends on the photographer. I’ve seen some stunning work, and I’ve seen blown-out flashed pics of a woman with a fake rose between her–ahem–bosoms. I’d pay a fortune for the first; you couldn’t pay me enough to be in the latter.

For someone doing a very good job, there can be a lot more editing with boudoir pics–stretch marks, cellulite, air brushing, general slimming techniques, etc. Those types of touch-ups can take a long time–certainly much more time-intensive than engagement pics, etc.

That sounds like a fair price; again, though, so much depends on the photographer! Good luck!

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