"I think whatever size or body shape you have, it’s important to embrace it with love"
Melbourne based female photographer
Whether you are looking for a confidence boost or a gift to your significant other, I am ready to help you and I want you to feel as special as you truly are!
My home studio in St Kilda East is filled with natural light and plants. I’ve wanted to create a little oasis where you can feel calm and safe while we create magic.
My goal is to help you see yourself in a new light and hopefully fall in love with their bodies.
My shoot with Melbourne Boudoir Studio was one of the best I have ever had. The photographer, Sif, was not only extremely warm and welcoming, but passionately enthusiastic while still maintaining professionalism. Her work is elegant, refined, and so luxuriously gorgeous. I cannot recommend this studio enough! I will be back several times over just to work with Sif again.
What should I wear for my boudoir photoshoot?
I always recommend bring 3 different outfits for your boudoir photoshoot. This can include lingerie, bodysuits, robes, or even oversized sweaters for a cozy and sensual look. It is important that you feel comfortable in the outfits and that they fit you. I do also encourage you to bring one set that is slightly outside your comfort level.
How long will the photoshoot session take?
The photoshoot takes 1 hour and the full experience is normally 3 hours. If you choose to get your hair and make up done you will be 4 hours
When do I see my photos?
At Melbourne Boudoir Studio I offer same day reveals! That means after the photoshoot there will be a 45 min break and then you see all your beautiful images and choose which you would like to purchase
Is hair and make up included?
No, hair and makeup is not included in the session but it can be purchased as an add on. I do recommend having professional hair and make up done because it really take the whole experience to the next level but it is not necessary.
Can I bring a friend or partner to the session?
I don't allow friends or partners to be present during the actual photoshoot. A boudoir photoshoot is a very personal experience and having other people there can be distracting. Friends and partners are welcome after the photoshoot to see the photos and help choose
How do I prepare for my boudoir photoshoot?
I always recommend hydrating before hand, getting as much rest as possible and avoiding any excessive sun exposure or major changes to your hair or skincare routine leading up to the photoshoot. You will get an detailed guide emailed to you before the photoshoot to help you prepare