When it comes to maintaining a gorgeous exterior, most women have it pretty hard. Thanks to unforgiving changing-room mirrors, the temptation of chocolate and the praying mantis types they put in fashion magazines – it’s easier to feel bad about your body than it is to feel proud. Capture your extraordinary beauty in all its glory with a flattering and romantic Boudoir photography photo shoot for R380 at Le Boudoir.
Unlike those awful changing-room mirrors with their unflattering light and carnival-esque mirrors, a Boudoir photo shoot is designed to flatter and celebrate the female form – regardless of shape or size. Boudoir, meaning “in her bedroom” is an unusual and romantic form of photography where the subject is photographed in one of the most intimate settings – her bedroom. Well, not her bedroom, but the studio is set up to resemble a warm and romantic boudoir and the subject typically dresses in vintage negligée, a night dress or if they prefer, something spicy like suspenders and silky underwear.
Tasteful and flattering, each shoot is designed and
styled by an all-female team who go to great lengths to make sure their subject
is as comfortable as a kitten in a basket of cotton. If you’re shy or inexperienced in front of
the lens; the highly experienced team are pros when it comes to knowledge of
light, posture and styling and they will give you all the instructions you need
to create some truly dazzling photographs. This comfotable environment will enable you to completely celebrate your curves and capture you as a confident and sexy woman.
Show off your renewed confidence in the form of flattering and sexy portraits or give the perfect gift to your partner.
Once your 30-35 minutes in the spotlight are up, the team will get to work on editing your shots until they resemble an intimate and highly tasteful work of art. Once your wait is up, receive a CD with 50-100 images of your inner pin-up girl.
Celebrate your beauty with a gorgeous vintage-like Boudoir shoot and finally feel like the goddess you truly are.
Photo-perfect fact: After the reign of King Louis XI, the ladies of his court turned to glamour photography to distract them from the sadness of his passing. During this time they accidently invented the post-it.