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NEW YORK, NY, February 23, 2022 /24-7PressRelease/ -- A picture tells a thousand words and by the end of your boudoir photoshoot, you will have a whole story. Each picture individually will give a different impression and, when looked at on their own, they will show beautifully taken pictures that would grace any home or exhibition. However, the goal of our boudoir photography session is far more than taking beautiful pictures – it is about telling a story, your story. This story will carefully and delicately take the beholder from the beginning (Chapter 1) to the conclusion (Chapter 3) and show them all that you are as a person, as a woman, as the beautiful individual that you are.
This is why I look for shots to set the scene, to build tension and for the climax of the session. Using different outfits, that go from casual cotton to serious lace, from the more covering pieces to the more revealing, we ensure the material for our boudoir story is there. This way also makes the challenge of being in front of the camera easier for you since it allows you to become comfortable with me and the camera, while disrobing gradually towards the more exposed photos.
Here is a list of clothes items that will help you build your look for every chapter of your story.
Chapter 1 – Casual Cotton to set the scene of our story
• Boy shorts
• Leather jackets
• Oversized sweaters
• Tank tops
• Plain bra in a neutral color
• Plain white t-shirt
• Plain white shirt
• Thigh high striped cotton socks
• Bare foot
• Thigh high boots
Chapter 2 – One piece that still doesn't show too much to build tension in our story.
• Teddy/bodysuit. With sleeves (optional)
Chapter 3 – Barely there for the Climax of the story.
• Two piece set
• A more revealing Teddy/bodysuit. With sleeves (optional)
• A more revealing Corset/Bustier
• Wedding veil
As a Boudoir Photographer in New York, I give my own take on this compelling look at female beauty, adding a modern twist that makes it a bit more edgy.
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