These Boudoir Photography Tips will ensure that you have the BEST Boudoir Photography Experience!
Choose your Wardrobe – Lingerie is great, but you don’t have wear it if you don’t want to. A button down shirt, sports jersey, oversized sweater, or tight shirt and booty shorts are great alternatives. Be sure to try on your outfit(s) prior to your boudoir photography session to ensure everything fits properly.
Don’t Forget Accessories – Make sure you think about jewelry, shoes, props, etc. Pack anything you need to get it ready for your session. For props, we suggest bringing personal items that are significant to your partner – sports gear, dog tags, lab coat, etc.
Hair and Makeup – We highly recommend using our makeup artist for your boudoir photography session. A MUA will make sure that you look flawless and feel like bombshell.
Choose a Location – We typically do boudoir photography sessions at hotels, in our studio, or on private outdoor land.
Exposure – Talk to us prior to the session to let us know what you are comfortable with and how exposed, or unexposed, you want to be during your session. Everyone has a different comfort level, and we like to be aware and informed of your expectations prior to your session so there are no awkward moments.
Pre-Session Beauty Prep – We suggest getting a mani/pedi a few days prior to your session. If you wax, don’t forget to pencil that into your schedule, as well. If you want to have a base tan for your photos, we recommend beginning to tan a few weeks prior to your session to avoid burning – and remember to think about your outfit and avoid any tan lines that will look bad in photos. We suggest staying away from spray tans. Don’t forget to get your eyebrows shaped before your session.
Eat + Drink Well – A few days before your session, lower your salt intake to avoid bloating and also eat a light breakfast the morning of. Drink a lot of water leading up to your session for beautiful, healthy skin and get a good night’s rest the night before. Shave and moisturize for beautiful legs. Wear a clear deodorant. Don’t wear tight clothing, bras, panties, socks, etc. the morning of your session or driving to your session. These will leave red marks on your skin and we want you looking your best.
Relax – The most important thing you can do is relax. We will make sure you look amazing in your boudoir photos, so don’t worry! If you’re uncomfortable, it will show, so just keep calm.
I hope these boudoir photography tips helped! If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask. We want your boudoir photography experience to be as flawless and fun as possible!
Jennifer Anderson Photography
Studio by Appointment Only:
9448 Bradmore Lane, Ooltewah