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Miss N | A Music-Inspired Guitar Boudoir Photoshoot

The lingerie. The heels. The string of pearls and the leather mask. All the hallmarks of a classic boudoir set, and probably one of my all time favorite things when we get ready to start – playing dress up with life size dolls, picking the outfits, the accessories, which pair of shoes goes with what. And every now and then, somebody surprises me and strolls in with something new and extra fun – like several guitars for example! Miss N. is an accomplished musician herself and wanted a session that captured her soul – fun, playful, creative, and of course, hot, because nothing is sexier than a confident woman doing what she loves.  So we concocted a boudoir shoot fit for a musician and incorporated all of them! She sang improvised songs about getting naked in front of a camera for me, played some tunes, we laughed, and we got some amazing images.

My tips for a music-inspired boudoir session:

  • Don’t be intimidated if you’re not a musician yourself! You can incorporate a significant other’s preferred instruments for example, in order to make the session feel more custom-tailored and intimate. I even have a few guitars laying around you’re welcome to borrow just because you thought it looks like fun. Luckily, we just have to make it look good, not sound good!
  • Don’t limit yourself! While the instruments are fun, set some time aside to get more classic images as well so you have that variety to enjoy.
  • Do a bit of research, if this is your first time with the instrument – it helps to get s solid idea of the proper way to hold it and interact with it.

You can browse more of my Boudoir photos here. I wonder what the next uncommon boudoir idea that walks through my door would be?

Have any questions? Ready to jump in and make gorgeous images together? Get in touch with me!