Will my boudoir photos be shared?
Do I need to know how to pose?
I feel like I would be really self-conscious during a session like this. Is it as awkward as I think it would be?
How do you help clients prepare for their session?
Each boudoir session includes a questionnaire about client sharing preferences. If you are comfortable with me sharing some images - great! If you'd rather keep your boudoir session under wraps, that's fine too! I won't share anything you don't want me to.
Nope! You can come into your boudoir session literally never having been in front of a camera before and you will still rock it. Why? Because I walk you through EVERYTHING. Foot placement, knee bending, how to breathe, where to look, which way to tilt your face, how to stick out your booty, and where to put your hands (you're welcome, Ricky Bobby). You will never be expected to show up and just start posing on your own. It's my job to direct you!
Absolutely not. I'm personally as awkward as they come, so I make it my goal during every single session to make it as laid back as possible to make you feel at-home and comfortable because I know that's what I would want if I were the client. I've had people tell me at the end of their session that they forgot to even think to feel awkward and that it felt like they were just hanging out and having fun. I'll say it over and over - boudoir is really the most laid back and fun session there is.
I start by sending a prep guide with all of my best tips for the time leading up to your session, and also tips and recommendations on finding the right outfits for you. From there, we will discuss the styling of your session. I am more than happy to help you find outfits, give advice on what to wear (or not wear), or point you in the right direction.