Bridal Boudoir Imagery

  • Sep 8, 2016

Bridal Boudoir Imagery

by Amanda Hartfield

Many professional wedding and boudoir photographers desire to have their creative minds challenged and to be inspired by industry mates.  Amanda Hartfield is no exception and recently, she attended a 2016 Amanda Watson Workshop that focused on hybrid photography, documenting bridal and boudoir styled shoots.  We love the way Amanda took charge and gathered images from a variety of perspectives at the boudoir inspired session of this workshop.  She was very diligent in using C41 and Black and White film stocks; offering up a split view of the bride’s emotions.  Elegant touches like this robe from BHLDN and a vintage ring by Amulette Jewelry lend a hand in piecing together this boudoir inspiration.  Visit Amanda online to see more of her wedding and boudoir photography.


About Amanda Hartfield

Each day of my life, I find myself creating something from my dreams whether that is a painting, a perfectly designed magazine spread or photograph.

I live in the heart of Texas and I travel worldwide with my many cameras using natural light to capture special moments, places and people. Growing up around the world, I find my greatest inspiration to be from people. I believe every person wears a shade of unique perspective. It is a true joy to learn from each and every person who comes across my lens and capture their unique beauty and spirit.

In my spare time I am launching a travel magazine and blog called Travelogue. I create encaustic paintings. Art is an all encompassing focus in my life and I can’t wait to share that with you!

Visit Amanda on Instagram @amandahartfield


Workshop Hosted by Amanda Watson Workshops / Boudoir Modeling by @littledarlinn / Ring by Amulette Jewelry / Hair and Makeup by Butter Artistry / Boudoir Robe by BHLDN / Stationery and Calligraphy by A Fine Flourish / Venue Location – River Oaks Garden Club / Florals by Bramble & Bee / Accessories by Petals & Stones / Peacock CHair by The Foundry