Tasteful, Sensual Photos of you!
Does the thought of doing a boudoir session make you super nervous? If you’re nodding your head yes, you’re not alone. A clear majority of my clients are typically visibly nervous before we start photographing their sessions. In most cases I usually only need about 10-20 minutes to break though that nervousness and most people are completely comfortable after that.
One of the most common questions I’m asked by my clients is what they should wear to their boudoir photo shoot. The answer to this question vary’s greatly depending on things like:
Your unique body type
Areas of your body you’re insecure about
Your comfort level
I’m going to do my best to cover all of these points and share with you what I’ve learned over the years so you’re final imagery looks stunning for your upcoming photo shoot :-)
In the past, deciding where to have your boudoir session photographed has been an overwhelming task for many of my clients. With this post, I hope to help you narrow down some fantastic options I’ve had personal experiences with over the years, and hopefully also give you a few great ideas you haven’t thought of to spice up your upcoming session!
Not all bridal boudoir has to be cliche white veils and white everything. No some bridal boudoir just needs to be timeless. Something you could look back on 100 years from now and still be as relevant then as it is now.
The strongest reason to do a boudoir session is to make you feel good about yourself as you are.
boudoir is all about confidence building and in most cases, helping women change the way they see themselves. This is my passion and what I try to achieve with each and every one of my clients. I want to take the best picture you have ever seen of yourself and make you feel beyond beautiful.