I’ve heard common myths and fears from people about why they don’t do boudoir. It’s time to get rid of those boudoir session fears once and for all!
Yes, I know it’s intimidating to do something you’ve never done before. But in all honesty, there’s nothing to worry about. It’s normal to be too shy and nervous. Trust me. I, professional, have
been there once upon a time! It simply means you’re out of your comfort zone. But being fearful and holding back will no allow growth. Don’t waste your energy on what could go wrong, but instead, have trust and think about what could go right!

Some other boudoir session fears are… don’t know what to wear or not having anything to wear. Come on! Now is the time to shop and have fun! I also have a Client Closet as your backup. If anything else, wear nothing; if being completely nude is comfortable. If not, then welcome to the no-pants club and bring your favorite oversized t-shirt! Remember, boudoir photographers can make magic happen with a simple bed sheet as well.

I guess one of the most common boudoir session fears is that maybe you’re worried about showing your body in front of a stranger (the photographer), here’s the thing: we’ll meet at least once before your session, so I’m not going to ask you to get naked for photoshoot on our first met (this sounds awkward :D). Hey, you don’t have to be naked and I would never push you during your session. If you aren’t comfortable yet, I will recognize that and work with it.

If you think you aren’t going to feel sexy, think again. You won’t look ridiculous. With my guidance, you’re going to look amazing.

One of the most common and silly fears is caring what others might think. This is for you. You don’t have the same mindset as everyone else, nor should you. Not everyone will understand why you want to do it. Don’t live for others. Instead, live for yourself and don’t limit yourself to what others might say or think.

So no more boudoir session fears, are you ready to schedule a free consultation for your future boudoir session?