Checklist: Questions to Ask Your Boudoir Photographer

A go-to guide for your boudoir photo shoot consultation

Asking your boudoir photographer the right questions for your consultation

Hiring the perfect boudoir photographer is especially important because of the kind of relationship you will inevitably form with him or her. Unlike other portrait sessions, a boudoir shoot comes with a much deeper level of intimacy because you’re going to be in your skivvies, and they’re going to be taking pictures of you in your skivvies. 

To make sure you hire the right boudoir photographer, search for ones whose portfolios match the look you’re going for, and then set up a meeting with each one to see if they can give you everything you’re looking for. If you’re not sure what kinds of questions you should be asking during your consultation, refer to our list below. Remember, though, the one thing that should impact your decision the most is how comfortable that photographer makes you feel. It’ll go a long way, and in the end, you’ll end up with some priceless photos from your shoot. 

  • How far in advance do I need to book a boudoir session with you?
  • Do you offer different types of packages? What does each package include?
  • What do I need to bring to the shoot?
  • Do you provide hair and makeup services? Is there a separate cost?
  • What type of lingerie or outfits do you recommend?
  • Do you provide any props or lingerie items for the shoot?
  • Where will the shoot take place? Do you have a studio?
  • Can we shoot in multiple locations?
  • How long should I expect the entire shoot to last?
  • Will there be other people present during the photo session? 

Your boudoir shoot will be a memory that stays with you for a long time, and the images you’ll get from it will last even longer. Make sure to pick the right photographer to enhance the experience and get the most out of your boudoir session


1.Fotograf Nunta(non-registered)
I like your view on budoir photography :) Love the composition and the bokeh. What lenses di you use on this shoot? Thanks
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