Inspiration, And Planning Tips
I wasn't really naked. I simply didn't have any clothes on."—Josephine Baker Modern boudoir photography is characterized by empowering its female subjects, who are now typically a photographer’s clients rather than professional models. Boudoir photographs are...
Leslie was an aspiring model in her early twenties and thought intimate portraiture was just for mature women but she really wanted to give her significant other something special for his birthday.
Photographing people, especially when creating an intimate portrait—is not just about cameras and lighting; it’s mostly about the importance of the interaction between the photographer with their clients.
At Blue Moon we have a commitment that we don’t want any of our client’s portraits to look the same as our other clients. After all, the session is all about you. We take the time to get to know you and we work with you to visualize your fantasy, your dream or just something you’ve always wanted to try.
The third item on our FAQ pages says: I’m too fat, too thin, too old, too young, not attractive enough and don’t “take a good picture.” We agree with what Sophia Loren once said that, “Beauty is how you feel inside and it reflects in your eyes. It is not something physical.”
Shooting images on location mean you’re going to have to be creative about where and when you shoot and look for places to accommodate an intimate portraiture session. The most important aspect of the locations is that it must needs be private.