When I talk with a woman on the phone to plan out a boudoir session, I always ask about wardrobe and her comfort level showing skin. Most women want to be photographed in lingerie, and some women like the idea of implied nudes. "Implied nudes" are photographed with fabric (usually a sheet) covering certain areas of the body to imply that a woman is nude under the fabric when in fact, she is still wearing her lingerie, hidden under the fabric. During our photo session, I discuss wardrobe again with my clients, and I am always surprised by how often women decide to take off their clothes in front of the camera. Why, you may ask? First, the female form is beautiful, and it has been celebrated in art all around the world for centuries. The photographs I take are artistic and tasteful. But beyond that, being photographed without clothing is empowering! It allows women to embrace their bodies, just as we are. Incorporating fine art nudes into a boudoir session is a celebration of the feminine. It's also an acknowledgement of the power in a woman's body. In the purest form, our bodies create life through pregnancy & childbirth, sustain life with breastmilk and carry us through this world. Why not celebrate your remarkable body with Fine Art Nudes?
"On the day of the boudoir session, I got really comfortable. I wasn’t anticipating doing any complete nudes, but I felt really good…I liked the music…I liked the set up, and I felt really confident…so I just went for it. Those ended up being some of my favorite photos." ~ Mrs. B