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Lock and Key Photography, L.L.C.

A stunning boudoir portrait with a woman laying on a bed with silk sheets and fur blankets during a studio boudoir session.


“Love yourself first, and everything else falls in line. You really have to love yourself to get anything done in this world.” – Lucille Ball

2022 AIBP Member
Photographer is a recipient of Best of Boudoir for a photo in 2022
2023 AIBP Member

This experience was absolutely amazing! Katy is so kind and so professional. I was a bit nervous at first, having never done this before, but Katy’s presence allowed me to feel completely comfortable. She walked me through every step and coached me to relax and enjoy the process. I would highly recommend Katy! The experience has been liberating and I am grateful our life paths have crossed. -Miss Aldeena

Stunning boudoir image of woman in blue lingerie with eyes closed in a beautiful boudoir studio.

Let's start with the easiest question to answer!

What is Boudoir Photography and why do I need to have a session? 

Boudoir is a French word that means a woman's bedroom or private room. But in photography, it is an art form that captures the beauty and sensuality in every individual. Through this art form boudoir has expanded beyond a woman's bedroom, ventured outdoors, traveled the world and invited every one along! 

We tend to be critical of ourselves on a regular basis, constantly picking out what we consider to be flaws. What if there was an experience that allowed us to see ourselves the way others stop looking in the mirror and seeing something flawed, but something fantastic and truly amazing?

This is where boudoir photography comes in. Through beautiful posing, lighting, and guidance, a light shines on what is an already beautiful you. And now you get to experience that for yourself! 

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Serving Fort Worth, Dallas, Arlington, Southlake, Roanoke, and the greater DFW Metroplex

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A black and white boudoir portrait of a beautiful woman laying behind a candle in Fort Worth, Texas.
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