5 boudoir shoot FAQs answered by Chase Photography

Chase Photography

Expert Tip by Chase Photography (chasephotography.ca

Janine Roth, owner of Chase Photography (chasephotography.ca) has been photographing women for over 8 years. She believes that boudoir shoots are an empowering experience, and believe it’s something women should do at least once. These are the most asked questions she gets for Boudoir shoots: 

1. How much to do I need to reveal?

“This is entirely up to you!  Sexy doesn’t mean you need to be naked. You can take off a little or a lot. Honestly, by the end of most of my sessions, my clients have become so comfortable that they usually take off more than they had anticipated.” – J

Photo: Chase Photography | Modeal: Heather
Photo: Chase Photography

What are your boudoir photography sessions like?

“Fun! Sexy! Glamorous!

Sessions will last anywhere from 1-2 hours, and up to 5 outfit changes. Light snacks and mimosas are provided, and we can take breaks whenever you need. Sessions can be done in my studio, or some clients wish to book a hotel room.” – J

What if I don’t know how to pose?

“You don’t need to know a thing about posing, that’s why I’m here. I will take as much time as you need to try out different poses and see what looks good on you. Not every pose works for everyone. I will give you lots of options, I will often model the pose for you first so that you can see how it works.” – J

Do I need to have hair and make-up professionally done?

“I strongly encourage that you do, however that I leave up to you. I have a great group of girls that I work with who do stunning work. Like every time I see one of my clients after their hair and make up is done I think…hmmm maybe I should get my hair and make up done! But the shoot is about you, not me, and even though you will be looking at me a lot, I hope you don’t mind that my hair will probably be in a ponytail and if I could find my lipgloss I might have some of that on! The answer is no, choose what you know you will be comfortable with.” – J

Photo: Chase Photography | Model: Ashley
Photo: Chase Photography

What if I don’t want you to use my photos for advertising or promotional purposes?

“I will only use images that you sign a model release for. They are your images and if you don’t want them to be shared with anyone else that is a choice I take very seriously and respect.” – J

Photo: Chase Photography | Model: Heather
Photo: Chase Photography

MORE ABOUT CHASE PHOTOGRAPHY | Chase Photography strives to illustrate your love story through artistic wedding, engagement and portrait photography. Located in Kitchener, Owner Janine Roth loves the editing process as much as she loves shooting the weddings themselves. Janine goes above and beyond on every shoot. Chase is reviewed (prices, packages, interviews with past clients and more) in The Ring.