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Fall Editorial | Nathan Larimer | Petaluma Boudoir Photographer

Editorial Shoots on September 22nd, 2014

Boudoir Editorials3 Fall Editorial | Nathan Larimer | Petaluma Boudoir Photographer
This styled bridal boudoir session, shot by Nathan Larimer, was photographed in the mountains above Lake Tahoe, California. For this shoot, Nathan wanted to “take a bride and place her in a scenic location where she could focus on expressing her sexuality and beauty.” We think it’s perfect for the change in seasons and love the natural element. Read more about Nathan’s shoot below.

Nathan Larimer Fall Editorial | Nathan Larimer | Petaluma Boudoir Photographer

Model: Kaila Uli
Hair/Makeup Artist: Hair styled by Colette Burrows, makeup done by Kat Louis, and wardrobe styled by Jessica Thompson. The vintage wedding gown, antique lingerie, and accessories were provided by Recaptured Design and the freshwater pearl jewelry was provided by Lucia Antonelli.
What was your overall vision for the shoot, or – how did you decide to shoot this concept?
The original concept for the shoot was a “getting ready” scene with a bride. I specialize in weddings and most of my brides want pictures getting ready for their wedding, putting on makeup, and of course putting on their gown. I’ve always felt that moment always has such potential to be very intimate, emotional, and even sexy. Sometimes those shots are amazing, but often they fall short because of the anxiety and clutter that often comes from preparing for such a huge event. With this shoot I wanted to take a bride and place her in a scenic location where she can focus on expressing her sexuality and beauty.
How would you describe your typical style, was this a departure or were you playing into your typical inspiration?
This was the first time that I ever did a styled boudoir shoot. In the past, I have only done real boudoir. I felt I wanted to do this particular shoot to express my vision the way I wanted to instead of the way a client wants me to. So in one way, it was a departure because my inspiration came from my own experiences as opposed to the same 10 pictures my clients always share with me on Pinterest. However, this shoot still embodies a soft, sophisticated, sensual feel like much of my work.
If you could choose the most important pieces of the styling or set in your images that you would say set the tone for the whole shoot what would they be?
The eyes. Eyes always set the tone in all of my shoots. My boudoir photography always finds the women styled sexy, but the most important thing is that I am still photographing them for who they are. Therefore, I rely on her eyes to express emotion as much or more than her wardrobe. In other words, we style the shoot for her body, but I shoot for her eyes.
Photographers always know that nothing goes to plan in a editorial shoot where there are so many elements that have to come together, overcoming them and still getting killer images is what makes us pro. icon smile Fall Editorial | Nathan Larimer | Petaluma Boudoir Photographer What challenges did you face?
This shoot was at about 8,000 feet on a mountain pass. I scouted this location the previous October and the weather was about 75-80 degrees and the Aspen leaves were at the height of their fall color. When we did the shoot on the same day a year later, it had snowed the night before. In some of the pictures you can even see a few patches of the white stuff in the background. The temperature at the beginning of the shoot was about 60 degrees but got into the low 50′s with a breeze by the end. The models had to do a few jumping-jacks.
Describe the setting of the shoot/location, and how it inspired you:
Many of my clients come to an initial consult thinking that they want to shoot in a hotel room, bedroom, or studio. But we rarely do once I show them pictures like these. I found this place while working on a personal project documenting carvings by shepherds on Aspen trees. Because of the many personal fine art projects I work on, I am able to find locations that my clients would never know existed. Scenic boudoir needs to be something more than a random field at sunset and this place has it.
Just for fun: Did you create a mood board? If so, would you be willing to send it/share it with us?
I don’t have a mood board for this shoot, but here’s a link to a totally different non-boudoir project I shot in the same location. Check it out. It’s fun to see the contrast in styles. http://nathanlarimer.com/work-in-progress-arborglyphs/
Would you want to recreate this shoot for your clients? Or was this a one-of-a-kind original?
I would love to recreate this for clients! It would be perfect for a bride and a couple friends looking for an adventure!

If you’re looking for a boudoir photographer in northern California, contact Nathan Larimer. To find a boudoir photographer in your area, check out Boudoir International. Thank you, Nathan, for sharing your photographs and your story!

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Le Boudoir Studio | Real Boudoir | Arizona Boudoir Photographer

Real Boudoir on September 9th, 2014

Jodi Lynn Maxwell, owner and boudoir photographer at Le Boudoir Studio in Tempe, Arizona, was always self-conscious as a little girl about her freckles. She felt other women may relate, so she invited other freckled beauties to send in their favorite images, highlighting their freckles!! As Jodi says, “the premise behind the freckles contest was to remind women to celebrate their beauty just as they are! As women, we can be self-conscious about a lot of things, but we’re hoping that over time we can help women learn to embrace themselves in all of their unique beauty.” While Jodi received quite a few adorable submissions, this lovely lady won! Jodi describes her as “one of the most naturally beautiful women we’ve had the pleasure to work with.” And she is STUNNINGLY beautiful! Thank you Jodi Lynn of Le Boudoir Studio for sharing your work and helping to promote positive self-regard for all women.

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Le Boudoir “Freckle” shoot!
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If you’re searching for a Boudoir Photographer in the Tempe, Arizona area, visit Le Boudoir Studio. XOXO

Featured Member | Tamara Paskey of Paskey Photo & Boudoir | Kansas City, Missouri

Featured Members on August 18th, 2014

Introducing boudoir photographer & long-time member of Boudoir International, Tamara Paskey-Alexander! Tamara owns Paskey Photo & Boudoir studio in Kansas City, Missouri. She is very frank and honest about her own struggle with self-image and confidence and prides herself and her work on being able to help other women overcome their insecurities. She says about herself,”when I started shooting boudoir, it was just for fun, I just thought it was a good hobby. But as time went on, I realized all women have insecurities just like me. The women I shot that had perfect bodies worried about their looks just as much as me. I also realized I had the power to make women see themselves the way everyone else sees them through my lens. My favorite quote pretty much speaks for my entire career as a boudoir photographer- “Butterflies can’t see their wings. They can’t see how beautiful they are, but everyone else can. People are like that.” Since I decided to specialize in boudoir I’ve been able to focus on ways to capture women the way they are right now, not “when I lose a few pounds”, but RIGHT NOW. Whether they’re 25 or 65 years old, all of my clients have been through something, or are going through something and are deserving of photos that portray the best, most beautiful version of themselves.” We absolutely agree, Tamara, and are so glad to promote your business and ethic. Thank you for sharing with us! (Photos pictured with model Annie-Mae Allure.)

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How long have you been shooting boudoir? Five years
Why do you love boudoir photography?
It’s been a life changing experience to be able to make women see themselves the way I see them. I’m so lucky to have found a way to connect with women like no other form of photography can. I get to make them not only look beautiful, but feel beautiful.
Why do you think women should have a boudoir photo shoot experience?
My favorite quote states its perfectly- “Butterflies can’t see their wings. They can’t see how beautiful they are, but everyone else can. People are like that.” I think every woman deserves to see how beautiful she is. Its a great opportunity to completely let go of insecurities and inhibitions. Its a really freeing experience.
What is your favorite part of the boudoir experience & interacting with your clients?
I love seeing the change in them from the first five minutes of the shoot vs. the last five minutes of the shoot. I love seeing them go from nervous and reserved, to confident bombshells with a new swing in their step. icon smile Featured Member | Tamara Paskey of Paskey Photo & Boudoir | Kansas City, Missouri
What piece of advice do you have for women searching for a boudoir photographer?
Do your research. Make sure you love every single photo in their portfolio. If you feel like you can connect with them through their “about me” and blog, you may have a good fit.

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Just for fun – Do you have a favorite visually inspiring music video?
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What are you listening to right now?
My Massive Attack station on Pandora, with Portishead and Glass Animals added. Its my sexy shooting and editing music.
Favorite trend for boudoir right now?
I LOVE that so many more photographers are adding a little more of a fashion flare to their photos. I’m also digging the strappy lingerie.
What are your favorite songs to play during a shoot to pump up your client?
^ The Massive Attack station
If you could shoot anywhere on the planet, what location would you choose and why?
An old mansion or castle in Spain or Italy with huge windows and gold accents. The Hearst Castle pool would be a blast too.
Anything else you want to share about yourself or your boudoir studio?
I’m head over heels for my “job”. I put it in quotations because it never really feels like work. I feel like “boudoir photographer” isn’t what I do, its who I am. I’m also really excited to announce that my husband and I will be moving back to Lexington, KY next year. My past clients in that area are almost excited to have me back as we are to move. I can’t wait to hire a few girls and make an incredible team at the new studio.

If you’re searching for a boudoir photographer in Kansas City, visit Paskey Photo & Boudoir. For more of Tamara’s work, see her website here. Thank you so much Tamara, for your constant contribution to Boudoir International!

Boudoir Editorial | Agnes Fohn of Yellow Brick Collective | New York City, NY

Editorial Shoots on August 14th, 2014

Agnes Fohn is one of our newest members to Boudoir International! She collaborated with model Dottie Mayfield for this Marilyn Monroe inspired shoot. See what she describes as “a breeze and such amazing inspiration. A perfect shoot!” A Boudoir Editorial with Agnes Fohn of Yellow Brick Collective in NYC

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What was your overall vision for the shoot, or – how did you decide to shoot this concept?
Dottie and I had worked on a previous shoot together and I fell in love with her look right away! She possesses this amazing vintage spirit that I immediately was drawn to, so when she asked me to do a Marilyn inspired shoot a la Douglas Kirkland I just couldn’t refuse! This was one of my easiest and quickest shoots to date. We needed two things, a lovely model that can rock Marilyn (check!) and a white sheet (check!) This was shot on my living room floor and couch. Dottie really brought the spirit of Marilyn so we didn’t need much else!
Did you work with a stylist, or did you style all the outfits/accessories yourself?
Our stylist was Calvin Klein White Bedsheets!
How would you describe your typical style, was this a departure or were you playing into your typical inspiration?
My style tends to fluctuate between shoots. Depending on my models and the theme I could go really bright and airy or dark and moody. It all depends on what is in front of me. With this shoot we wanted to get that beautiful glowing morning look but also incorporate some edgier elements.
If you could choose the most important pieces of the styling or set in your images that you would say set the tone for the whole shoot what would they be?

Fancy sheets. Don’t just use any old sheets… make sure they are luxurious!
Describe the setting of the shoot/location, and how it inspired you:
I shot Dottie in my sun drenched studio on the floor, in the window and on the couch. We worked with very simple pieces so Dottie was bringing all the inspiration with her Marilyn vibe and gorgeous make-up that she did in about 15 minutes! The sun was absolutely perfect that day and just really gave her a beautiful glow.
Would you want to recreate this shoot for your clients? Or was this a one-of-a-kind original?
Absolutely! Who wouldn’t want to feel like Marilyn for a day?! Even if we recreate shoots at YBC they are still all going to have their own flavor because every woman brings something different and new to the table.

Thank you, Agnes, for contributing to the BI blog! If you’re looking for a boudoir photographer in the new york city area, contact Yellow Brick Collective.

Featured Member | Katelyn Turner Design & Photography | Chicago, Illinois

Featured Members on July 22nd, 2014

Katelyn Turner of Katelyn Turner Design & Photography is this week’s featured member. She’s been shooting boudoir for four years now and currently serves the Chicago and Peoria areas. Katelyn writes about her business, “if you’re looking for classy boudoir photos, you’ve come to the right place. I like to capture a variety of styles for clients, and every shoot is very laid back, comfortable and casual. My main goal throughout each session is to diligently work with patience and creativity to get those shots that you will love. I cater to ladies of all shapes and sizes. We discuss your favorite features and also areas of you that you would like less focused on. From your input, I use certain techniques to create poses that flatter each and every woman.” katelyn turner designs Featured Member | Katelyn Turner Design & Photography | Chicago, Illinois

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How long have you been shooting boudoir?
4 years
Why do you love boudoir photography?
I love the glamor of it all. These women are so beautiful and my camera just loves them!
Why do you think women should have a boudoir photo shoot experience?
It’s an incredible confidence booster, whether or not girls have plenty of it in the first place. I cannot count how many emails/phone calls I’ve received over the years from clients raving over their images. They can’t believe it’s them in the photos and how they can’t stop looking at them.
What is your favorite part of the boudoir experience & interacting with your clients?
9 times out of 10 girls walk in totally nervous and a little self conscious (totally understandable!!). But after 10 minutes I can get them to relax, and then by the end of the session they are saying how fun it was, how it wasn’t hard at all, and how they want to do it again! I love being able to make an experience they thought would be uncomfortable totally great and enjoyable.
What piece of advice do you have for women searching for a boudoir photographer?
Meet them ahead of time. These photos are so personal, you don’t want to be working with someone who makes you uncomfortable. Request a consultation to meet in person (or phone is ok, too) to go over the process, and then go with your gut!

katelynturner Featured Member | Katelyn Turner Design & Photography | Chicago, Illinois

What are you listening to right now?
The Bob Marley Station on iTunes radio icon smile Featured Member | Katelyn Turner Design & Photography | Chicago, Illinois . Keeps things nice and relaxed while editing!
Favorite trend for boudoir right now?
My favorite trend is starting new trends! I’m always trying to think of new places/locations/ideas/poses to bring to my boudoir sessions.
What are your favorite songs to play during a shoot to pump up your client?
I let them choose! I tell them to bring an iPod and we put on a playlist they put together. Definitely helps put them in the zone.
If you could shoot anywhere on the planet, what location would you choose and why?
Salt flats out in Utah. Something about the texture of the ground, the neutral pallet, and the wide-openness has got me intrigued. Can’t wait to get out there and work someday!
Anything else you want to share about yourself or your boudoir studio?
I too have done a boudoir session! I wanted to relate to my clients even more and I’m so glad I did one. It has helped me get on my clients’ level even further and make their experience that much better.

We thank you for being a part of Boudoir International, Katelyn! If you’re searching for a boudoir photographer in the Chicago/Peoria area visit http://www.katelynturner.com/#/home/

Featured Photographer | Melissa Wedekind | Fresno, CA

Featured Members on June 13th, 2014

Melissa Wedekind of Wicked Haute Pinup & Boudoir Photography has been shooting boudoir for two and a half years in Fresno, California. A long time member of Boudoir International, Melissa shares some her favorite images shes captured, as well as why she loves boudoir photography and what inspires her creatively!
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Why do you love boudoir photography?
That is a hard question to answer, because there are so many reasons that I love boudoir. I guess my favorite thing is seeing the transformation in my clients from start to finish. In the beginning, so many of them doubt themselves and think that they aren’t sexy or beautiful. By the end of their boudoir experience, they are absolutely changed – they see themselves in a whole new light. To be able to boost a woman’s confidence and help her love and appreciate her body the way it is…that is extremely rewarding for me as a photographer.

Why do you think women should have a boudoir photo shoot experience?
I can’t even count how many times a client has told me that she has never felt more sexy or more confident than she did after her boudoir shoot. Who doesn’t want to feel that way? In our culture of impossibly high standards, I feel like women NEED this. This is the best way to fall in love with yourself and be able to say “I am beautiful”, and truly believe it!

What is your favorite part of the boudoir experience & interacting with your clients?
Sitting and chatting with my clients during the hair and makeup process is always really fun. We get to know each other on a more personal level during that time. We talk about our families and our lives, and each time it feels like I’m making a new friend. My makeup artist, Veronica, is there as well – and when you get three girls together playing with hair and makeup and wardrobe and sipping wine and laughing…it’s like a mini-party. When I’m in that moment I sometimes can’t believe this is my job. It’s too much fun!

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What piece of advice do you have for women searching for a boudoir photographer?
I think the first step is to explore and find someone whose work you fall in love with. Next, take the time to look at their entire website (not just the portfolio and pricing info). Read their policies, see if they have a mission statement, check out their blog. If there is an “about” page – read it! Once you find a photographer you like, see if they have reviews posted anywhere (Yelp, Facebook, etc.). Mostly though, go with your gut. I think when you find the right place, it will just feel right. You will feel comfortable and excited to work with that person, which is definitely how it should be!

Just for fun – Do you have a favorite visually inspiring music video?

ANYTHING by Lady Gaga – I love how she pushes the boundaries of what is traditionally considered beautiful. I can really relate to that. I admire her guts and the fact that she doesn’t really care what others think – she just puts it all out there and does what she believes in. I think we could all be a little bit more like that. My most recent favorite is Applause – it is so entertaining – I never get tired of Gaga!  Lady gaga- “Applause

What are you listening to right now?
I love music! I recently discovered Spotify (I know, where have I been?), so I have been obsessed with that. I’ve been discovering lots of new music, and reminiscing on some old tunes that I love too. I enjoy lots of different music styles, so what I’m listening to really depends on my mood that particular day. Today I was all about Nirvana, which is one of my all-time favorite bands.

Favorite trend for boudoir right now?
Timelessness. I see so many images that are beautiful now, and will still be beautiful 30 years from now. I think every woman wants images that she will love forever – that she can look at many years down the road and still be proud of.

What are your favorite songs to play during a shoot to pump up your client?
My studio playlist is very eclectic. As I mentioned before, I love many different types of music, so I normally have a little bit of everything thrown in.

If you could shoot anywhere on the planet, what location would you choose and why?

Anywhere in Europe – there is so much romance there. To shoot in a castle would be amazing!

If you’re searching for a boudoir photographer in the Fresno area, we recommend Melissa at Wicked Haute ! Thank you so much, Melissa, for contributing to the Boudoir International blog!

Dani Fine Photography | 50 Shades of Boudoir | Northampton Boudoir Photographers

Editorial Shoots on June 6th, 2014

Dani Fine Photography, Northampton Boudoir photographers, share their “50 Shades of Boudoir” editorial shoot! Styled by Bonnie Aunchman of Aunchman Events, and featuring lingere by La Perla, this shoot was inspired by the pop-culture phenom “50 Shades of Grey.” TEAM DFP share their vision for the shoot below. If you’re searching for a boudoir photographer in Northampton, MA, you definitely want to book your shoot with the ladies at Dani Fine Photography! Thanks so much, gals, for allowing us to share your work!
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Hair/Makeup Artist:
Liz Washer of Makeup Artistry by Liz
What was your overall vision for the shoot, or – how did you decide to shoot this concept?
With a movie hot on its heels, the infamous book, 50 Shades of Grey recently peaked with over 100 million copies sold. It’s no wonder then Boudoir photography has also reached an all time high in popularity. As an on trend groom’s gift and exquisite confidence booster, Boudoir is definitely the new black, or grey as it were.

There are few things in this world a woman can do to affect her inner presence–that small part of herself that is exhilarated when she knows she looks (and therefore feels) positively gorgeous. At dani fine photography, that really is what boudoir is all about. It is the glamorous and confidence-boosting experience of seeing one’s self in a different light…a very tasteful, yet sexy light; like the way Christian Grey sees Anastasia Steele. The exclusively female team at dani fine photography offers clients a completely private and guided session, “ We are a business for women, by women. Because of this, we are really in touch with what our clients want and need. We know how to make them look and feel fabulous. Boudoir really is a gift for yourself, if your partner also receives something ~that’s the icing on the cake!” To see more boudoir from dani fine photography, check out their website (http://www.daniphotography.com/) and Facebook page
Did you work with a stylist, or did you style all the outfits/accessories yourself?
Bonnie Aunchman of Aunchman Events styled this shoot
Describe the styling of the shoot
Lingerie from La Perla
Describe the setting of the shoot/location:
We photographed this at the gorgeous Boston Long Wharf Marriott

Real Boudoir | Meribella Boudoir | Brownsville, Texas

Real Boudoir on May 22nd, 2014

Meri Heggie, owner and photographer at Meribella Photography, is a Brownsville boudoir photographer and member of Boudoir International. She and her client, Denia, bring us today’s real boudoir feature! Denia wanted to give her husband a sentimental gift for Valentine’s Day that he could cherish forever. She connected with Meri through her hair stylist and a few mutual friends. Thank you to Meri and Denia for contributing to the Boudoir International blog. Read below to find out more about their shoot!

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How did you feel as you were preparing for the shoot?
Excited!!! I had so many ideas & visions of what I wanted for my photo shoot.
Any advice for ladies thinking about doing a boudoir shoot?
It really helps when you have an idea of what you imagine yourself being. For example, one of my looks was Victoria Secret with angel wings…keep those thoughts as your shooting. Also, finding photos in magazines or fashion blogs of poses you love & outfits you love…It helps you prepare your wardrobe & also give your photographer a better description of what you want your pictures to look like.
Your favorite moment of the whole experience?
It had to be shooting with angel wings! I felt really sexy & dreamy like I was Victoria Secret model! LOL!!
Lingerie/shoes/accessories – any thing you want to share about what you wore, where you shopped, links etc?
Victoria Secret lingerie, wings from hustler boutique
Just for fun: Define what SEXINESS &/OR BEAUTY means to you.
I believe sexiness & beauty is just being confident in yourself & the person God created you to be. Exactly who you are- because he did not make a mistake when he created you. Even with all the imperfections you think you have, to God you are perfect. And if he says so, no one else matters.
Just for fun favorites: share your favorite lyrics from a song, or a favorite quote.
I can do all things trough God who gives me strength!!

Are you searching for a boudoir photographer in Brownsville, Texas? Check out Meribella boudoir for classy, sexy photos of you!

Shaunae Teske Photography | Real Boudoir | Green Bay, Wisconsin Boudoir Photographer

Real Boudoir on May 9th, 2014

Shaunae Teske is a boudoir photographer in Green Bay Wisconsin.  Today we’re showcasing her shoot with Cassandra (who reminds us of a Hollywood movie star!) Shaunae has photographed Cassandra five times and has loved her experience each time. In her words, “Every shoot with her is fresh and wonderful. She has such a positive energy and my heart always feels lighter after our time together. Just talking with her makes me smile! Consider yourself lucky if you ever get to meet her. She is truly a gift to our world.”
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Although early on in her pregnancy, Cassandra was pregnant during this particular shoot. According to Cassandra, [having a child] “is a most selfless thing to not only share your body with another living soul but to surrender control of it completely. Motherhood is indeed one of life’s greatest gifts, but that of course comes at a price. For parts of oneself must be laid to rest in order to make way for new life. It is a common misconception that children destroy our bodies when in truth they help them evolve perfectly. From the empty shell of our old selves, we emerge stronger and more beautiful than ever before. No woman should be made to feel ashamed during this time, as if she needs to be hidden away. Our ever changing forms remind us of the true strength and power that we are capable of, because it is within our weakest moments that we discover that our greatness knows no bounds. With each struggle we face, we must find the courage within ourselves to persevere not only as individuals but as a whole. From Maiden to Mother, Mother to Crone every stage of a woman’s existence should be glorified and honored to the highest regard.”

Cassandra is radiant inside-out, and we are so pleased to share her words of wisdom and stunning images with you. Thank you, Shaunae, for capturing such gorgeous images and sharing them with us.

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Professional hair and make-up provided by Alissa Kristine. Wardrobe provided by Cassandra herself.

If you’re searching for a Boudoir Photographer in the Green Bay area, please contact Shaunae . You can also view her website here.

Agi M Photography | Sydney, Australia | Boudoir Photographer

Real Boudoir on March 14th, 2014

We love being able to share clients’ stories and our members’ work from all over the world! And today we feature Agi M Photography from Sydney, Australia and her client, Miss A.

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Why did you want to do a boudoir shoot?

It was initially for the boyfriend as a Christmas gift but I have enjoyed it so much that it felt like a gift to me instead. I am planning my next boudoir already!

How did you choose your photographer?

A lot of research! There are a lot of boudoir photographers around however I ended up choosing AgiM Photography as the gallery took my breathe away. Agi manages to capture women in way that empowers them and it was exactly how I wanted to be portrayed for my first boudoir shoot. I felt she really understood what I wanted to achieve and helped me to get there.

How did you feel as you were preparing for the shoot?
I was very nervous at first but Agi and her team made feel instantly at ease. Agi was very supportive by sending a lot of suggestions on how to prepare for the shoot and during the shoot.

Any advice for ladies thinking about doing a boudoir shoot?

Do it! Boudoir captures one’s inner goddess and the experience will last a lifetime!

Just for fun: Define what SEXINESS &/OR BEAUTY means to you.
Sexiness to me is about being confident in your own skin and there’s no better way to capture it then with boudoir photography!

Just for fun favorites: share your favorite lyrics from a song, or a favorite quote.

‘If we wait until we’re ready, we’ll be waiting for the rest of our lives’ Lemony Snicket

Thank you Miss A, for sharing your experience! If you’re searching for a boudoir photographer in Sydney, see Agi M on Boudoir International. You can also visit her website

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