Even today, many people consider boudoir photography taboo. In reality, boudoir as an art isn't just photos of scantily-clad women in sexual poses, it's a sophisticated, tasteful, and elegant exploration of sensuality and form. Creating a beautiful boudoir portrait takes work, and there is history behind it.
Marriage: It’s a beautiful, fantastic, magical, stressful thing. You’ve found your perfect partner, your soul mate, and now you’re taking your relationship to the next level. You’re getting married, and you’re likely in the midst of planning all sorts of fun of things for your guests to enjoy, from the food to the venue to the favors. But have you thought about planning a little something special for just you two along the way?
We work with women from all walks of life - absolutely no modeling experience needed. Posing is more complicated than it seems, and when it comes to boudoir, even photos that look candid and effortless are typically arranged down to the last detail. During your shoot, we walk you through every step of striking the perfect pose, helping you find your angles and making sure you look comfortable, confident and natural.
Booking a photo shoot is a great way to break out of your comfort zone, but if the thought of posing in skimpy lingerie makes you break out in a nervous sweat, you probably aren’t going to make it to a consultation. Whether it’s natural shyness, self consciousness, or modesty, many women who are interested in doing boudoir never take the plunge because they’re worried about wardrobe - or lack thereof. If you’ve been putting off realizing your boudoir dreams just because you don’t want to be nearly nude in front of the camera, we’re happy to tell you it’s more than possible to do a sensual shoot that keeps you covered.
Everyone wants to look their best on camera, and the days leading up to a boudoir photo shoot can be stressful. There are so many hair and beauty treatments available you may be tempted to give yourself a full body makeover.But don't do anything drastic! There are a few simple steps you can take that make a big impact on your shoot without making a big impact on your daily life.