Brisbane Boudoir Photographer | The Experience as told by Sheree
Sheree | Boudoir | Annerley Portrait Studio | 19th June 2014
A couple of weeks ago, I had the pleasure of meeting and photographing the gorgeous Sheree. She is such a bubbly, happy woman who wanted to do the shoot to celebrate who she is and feel a little more comfortable in her own skin. Here is her boudoir experience:
Describe yourself in three words?
Sheree: Happy, open, chatterbox.
Describe three things you wanted your boudoir session to represent?
Sheree: Myself, artistic and modern.
How do you feel about your body?
What is your go-to item when you want to feel absolutely gorgeous?
Sheree: Fragrance! One quick spritz to make you feel amazing.
What is your best tip for feeling beautiful?
Sheree: To work out, I feel most beautiful after I have sweated it out (strange, I know).
What does confidence mean to you?
Sheree: Confidence to me is feeling content within myself.
Why did you book a boudoir session with Nicole Barralet Photography?
Sheree: I had wanted to do a boudoir shoot for a very long time, it was a bucket list experience.
What does the term “boudoir photography” mean to you?
Sheree: Boudoir Photography to me means the expression of the female form, a celebration of a woman.
How did you find the experience being photographed by Nicole?
Sheree: Nicole is amazing! I truly do not know where to begin or if I can express with words just how quickly she was able to make me feel completely at ease in front of the camera.
How did your partner react to seeing your photographs?
Sheree: I did this shoot for myself, however my partner was in awe at the images Nicole captured.
Has the experience of doing a boudoir session helped you feel more confident, more empowered, sexy and comfortable with being a woman?
Sheree: Most certainly, I feel at home in my own skin and much more relaxed about who I am.
Thank you again Sheree for your kind words. I had an absolute blast meeting and getting to know you during our shoot and I am so glad that you enjoyed the experience as much as I did.