A boudoir is a lady’s private bedroom, sitting room or dressing room. The term comes from the French verb, “bouder”, meaning “to pout.” At SKGlamour, boudoir photography is all about creating intimate, tasteful and modern portraits with a glamorous twist. Although these portraits are often given as a gift to a significant other, my goal is to leave you feeling empowered, sexy, and proud of who you are. I want these portraits to be a gift to YOU as well.
What makes you feel sexy? When you feel good in what you’re wearing, your confidence shows. Bring a couple of different lingerie sets, a corset set or camisole also works great. Boyfriend’s shirt- This is one of those things that are to your discretion. Read more…
This is absolutely normal. Most ladies do not have intimate photos taken on a regular basis like professional models. It’s quite normal to feel apprehensive about the session… that’s why I have a conference available prior to the photography day. I also recommend you bring a friend. You’ll feel more comfortable and will probably have more fun!
No, they will not. Permission from the women has been given to me for every image you see here. None of your images will be shown here or on my blog unless you say it’s ok. I love it when a client agrees to allow me to compliment my portfolio with one or more of her images, but it is not required. Your images will be kept private and handled with the utmost care.
Yes, I do! I am so thankful to the men and women who serve in our U.S. military, and I offer a 15% discount to any current military personnel, as well as to the wives of current military personnel. Thank you for your service!
I have the following policy concerning the purchase and distribution of boudoir, glamour or intimate photos. Only the client (the lady being photographed) may purchase or place reorders for her photographs. No one else, even her husband, is allowed to purchase the photos, EVER. SKGlamour or anyone associated with it will not use our client’s photographs for any purpose other than for sale to the client who appears on the photographs. For the client’s information, a model release must be obtained by the photographer before any photographs can be used for publication, advertising or any other purpose. Just having a sitting with a photographer doesn’t give the photographer this release. If I would want to use any of your photos for advertising purposes, I would have to obtain a separate written release and specify which image would be used. Again, just having a sitting for your own purposes does not give the photographer a model release. Any examples you see are secured for use by a written and signed model release.