You have questions. I have answers!
Are you curious about boudoir photography? I’m sure you probably have a few questions in mind. Below, you’ll find answers to the most frequently asked questions clients ask before booking a session. As a boudoir photographer, it’s my job to make my clients feel comfortable and confident before, during, and after their sessions. I hope the answers below will ease your mind. If you still have questions, let’s talk!
BEFORE MY BOUDOIR SHOOT
A vision board is a collection of images displayed together to represent the aesthetic you want to achieve in your boudoir shoot and portraits. Creating a vision board and sharing it with me before your shoot helps you communicate the vibe you’re going for without many words, and it helps me understand your vibe through visual examples. Sharing your vision board with me ensures you get the type of portraits you desire. To create your vision board visit my Instagram page @katyahorowitzstudios and screenshot the poses and styles that appeal to you.
I offer 30-minute prep sessions with packages #1 and #2 (click her for PRICING). Prep sessions are beneficial because they allow one-on-one time with me before your shoot to discuss your mood board, determine your comfort level for skin exposure, talk about insecurities and other topics you want to mention. Those who purchase package #3 and la carte options won’t get a prep session, but they will have access to my prep guide that contains information and tips to help them get ready for their boudoir shoot.
Yes. To protect both of our best interests, you need to sign a contract that includes the following information:
- Katya Horowitz Photography and your name
- The date, time, and address where the shoot will take place
- The duration of your scheduled shoot
- Fees due at the time of booking
- Whether you’ve purchased hair and makeup services
- My cancellation, rescheduling, refunds, and no-show policies
- My code of conduct for you and your guest
- Terms for editing
- How and when images are viewed for final selection
- How to order and receive delivery of images and image products
- Usage rights
- My policy for selling images to a third party
- Indemnification if I fail to live up to my part of the contract
Yes. To protect both of our best interests, you will need to sign a print release form and a customized model release form that pertains to the following:
- The print release form specifies that images are for personal use only and that printing images for commercial purposes is not allowed.
- The model release form lets you authorize which images I may use for marketing, with the option to forbid usage of all images.