Capture Life offers individual boudoir sessions and couple’s boudoir sessions for anyone at their 1,000 sq ft studio located in downtown Eau Claire.
Your session fee includes boudoir photography for one person, professional hair and make up as well as a $200 credit towards prints, digital files or other products.
For each session you should plan to be at the studio for about 3 hours, the photography portion will be about an hour of that allowing for a few outfit changes and multiple setups within the studio.
Couple boudoir sessions are available for any couple that wants images together, these sessions are generally about an hour and a half that allows time for multiple outfits and settings.
Each session includes a Little Black Book photo album.
For these sessions hair and make up is not provided but it can be available for an extra fee.
What do I get?
You’ll generally get about 10 different poses from your session and I include a color and black and white version of each, once the session is complete you’ll be able to view the photos online to choose how to use your credit (individual session) or choose the images for your album (couple session).
Any digital files that you purchase you will get immediate access to via a digital download and a release allowing you to print them wherever you’d like. For any prints you purchase you will also get a low resolution digital file for the image.
What's a couple's session?
A couple’s boudoir session is for two people to celebrate their relationship, just like a regular boudoir session it’s all about what you and your partner are comfortable with.
What do I wear?
Whatever you’d like!
There’s no wrong way to do this, you can make it as much or as little as you’d like.
Some ideas of things past clients have done:
- Bra & Panty sets
- Robe/Oversized sweater
- Comic book/superhero
- Schoolgirl outfits (or any other “naughty” Halloween costume)
- See-through/mesh items
- Significant others’ clothes
- Fancy dresses
You can also bring in props if you’d like!
- High heels or other fun shoes
- Books, Records, etc
- Glasses, masks, feathers, hats
- Game pieces
Your imagination is the limit! (Well, that and any local laws)
Do I have to be naked?
You can keep as much clothing on as you’d like, however you’re also more than welcome to bare it all if you’d like. This is your session and it’s completely up to you how much skin you’d like to show. There are also quite a few poses that offer the illusion of nudity without letting everything free.
Are other people going to see my photos?
On your contract that you’ll sign you can specify if you want to keep your photos private or if you’d allow me to use them for marketing purposes. You can even specify only the photos of your choosing.
I don’t even allow anyone else around while I’m editing the photos.
Ack! I'm so nervous/awkard/don't know what I'm doing.
If you’ve never met me I promise I’m not at all smooth or cool… I also make really stupid jokes and occasionally trip over things that aren’t even there. I’ve also had my own boudoir photos done and learned that it is impossible for me to make any sort of sexy face. I don’t have one, I end up looking constipated. I’m much better at laughing or not looking at the camera and there might be a face that works best for you too or doesn’t work at all. We’ll figure it out.
You’ll have your hair and make up done before we get to the photo part of this adventure and it will give us plenty of time to make awkward conversations and get to know each other before you start showing skin.
As the photos are happening we’ll try out a variety of poses and probably end up with a few that just don’t work, it happens, but we’ll end up with many more that do!