So, let’s say I’m not already with the love of my life, William. Who just so happens to be doing amazing things with his life, including having his dream job (and killing the game), traveling the world, exploring nonstop, owning our house, having projects constantly, always improving, and making major plans for the future.
No, I would not date someone who lacks the drive to do something with their life. Laziness is not attractive.
I’m not familiar with either of those cameras, sorry friend! I shoot digital, so I’m not very helpful when it comes to quality of certain film cameras.
These are great questions! No need to apologize! Although, I’m sure you look good in anything!
It’s best that you feel comfortable in your outfits, because when you’re uneasy, it will translate in your photos — and you don’t want that! I think that loose clothing is gorgeous to photograph and it’s flattering and often a shield of confidence. So flowing maxi dresses/skirts, loose buttons ups or tops, draping cardigans, etc. would be great for your e. sesh! And we all know black is a slimming color! It’s along the same lines for a boudoir session. Remember, you don’t have to be naked! Sexy lace/silk robes, chiffons buttons ups, oversized knits, sexy sleepwear, etc! Lingerie, stilettos, and pearl biting are things of the past for boudoir sessions. (At least in my opinion.) I prefer more modest boudoir sessions because that means my clients are that much more confident and at ease. It’s hard enough to be photographed in the first place, and more so if you’re in little clothing.
Try not to think of what is “typically” done, and do whatever it is that will make you feel confident! Being mentally comfortable during shoots is key.