Studio NOVA's Boudoir Guide-In Studio Sessions

Updated: Feb 1

Thank you for booking boudoir with NOVA! I'm so excited to have you in the studio!

Here's your guide to shooting with me, Tenille! First of all, before you come to the studio, here's some thing I need you to do:

  1. Get hyped. Listen to some music you love while you drive/get ready. Sing along, and have a great day!

  2. Look around the internet for some poses you like. These can be from my images, or anywhere else. Inspiration is great!

  3. Stretch! You'll be moving and holding poses for 30-45 minutes, and it's best if your body is ready to bend!

  4. Dress cozy. Tight clothes can leave marks on your skin, and it makes more work for me in post production.

  5. Don't be nervous. I've seen all of the bits and pieces of the female body, and nothing can surprise me. I'm going to be right up in your business, so just trust that you can be comfortable!

Before making your way to the studio, know that my door is located in the alley-way off of 5th Ave and Aberdeen Street. I'm in the white corner building, with a large wooden deck. My door is a walkout.

Address: Suite 2, 426 Aberdeen Street, SE

How should I prepare my body?

I'm a huge believer in personal comfort. Only tan, shave and glam if you feel like doing it for your session. I've shot hairy body parts before, because it's what the client wanted. On the other hand, you can wax, shave, and get totally done up.

Makeup is provided through Studio NOVA, using Eldora Human Hair Lashes, or OKT Lashes.

Is my body ready? Yes. Your body is ready now. If you want to 'hit the gym', go for it...after your session. You don't need to be in a specific shape to enjoy your session. Come as your are! Tan lines, bruises, and other body marks. Photoshop is a thing, but I only use it to take away TEMPORARY issues like sun burns. I've seen it all; long board crashes, bite marks on the inner thigh, a gnarly zit that JUST HAD TO POP UP BEFORE YOUR SESSION. Don't worry. I got ya. Can I still do this on my period? Yep. If it makes you feel better, I once totally forgot about my woman-hood, and modelled with toilet paper between my legs (in a g-string). Anything's possible. What should I bring to wear? Whatever you want! No, really! Boudoir can be created from anything. Bring whatever you have in mind, and I'll work my magic. If you want specifics, the obvious matching sets, loose t-shirts, stockings, your S/O's shirt, or even NOTHING! Lingerie can be pricy, which is why I have a Client Closet for you to access (xs-xl). You can realistically show up empty-handed and we'll still be fine! How should I prepare?

  • Wear loose fitted clothing. Jeans and tight clothes will leave marks on your body, and make more work.

  • Eat. Please. You won't look any different if you have lunch, so please eat. Maybe avoid a huge, greasy meal to avoid bloating, but don't starve yourself!

  • If you plan on having makeup done, arrive with a bare, moisturized face. If you're doing your own hair and makeup, do what makes you feel best.

  • No need to get a tan, or do anything extra to yourself unless you WANT to!

  • Don't be nervous. I've seen all of the bits and pieces of the female body, and nothing can surprise me. I'm going to be right up in your business, so just trust that you can be comfortable!

How do I pose? Okay, now we're getting to the shooting. I will guide you the entire way. I will be beside you, showing you what to do, and I'll continue to do so once you're in the pose. If you're getting the hang of it, I'll let you know. Typically, girls will get more comfortable as we go, and need less direction towards the end. If you feel uncomfortable in a pose, we won't do it. I also take requests if there is something you'd like to try. How will the session go? To start, I'll get you to lay out what you've brought to wear. We'll pick from that and the client closet to decide on your looks. You'll decide which look you're most comfortable in! After we've shot your looks, I always ask if you'd like to do any nude, or implied nude (no visible nipples or bits) to finish your session. This is at your discretion. Can I add Polaroids at the last second? Polaroids MUST be booked in advance to guarantee availability.

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