Don’t worry! Being nervous is common, and we do everything we can to help you feel relaxed leading up to the shoot. You aren’t expected to be the expert; that is what we are here for, and we are committed to guiding the experience.

The great thing is, almost all of those nerves disappear when the camera starts rolling, and you will leave the experience feeling more confident than ever before!

The professional editing process involves retouching, lighting adjustments, and professional input to bring out the best of your session.

Although we include artistic nudes in the session upon request, there is no requirement or suggestion for you to wear or not wear anything you are not comfortable with. We ensure that this is an experience that you will remember for life, and that starts with you being comfortable in your attire!

No! Boudoir shoots are intimate by nature, and we understand the sensitivity of our clients when it comes to keeping their products safe. There aren’t any necessary steps to take to keep your images private, as this is our default process for every shoot.

If you are interested in your images being used for design purposes, such as the client’s images used on this website, you have the option to sign a model release form. If you choose to do so, we never use your name when sharing or storing the images to protect your anonymity.

Yes! Every J Angel Boudoir experience starts with professional hair and makeup that is built into the session package. You do not have to do anything extra to request this service. Just sit back, let us pamper you, and enjoy!

We do offer payment plans for digital products and collections. We encourage you to set up a complimentary consultation to go over our payment options in depth.

Not at all! The J Angel Boudoir experience is made for women of all shapes, sizes, and experience levels. Our clients with no background in modeling often have the most impactful memories from our sessions!

Yes, you must bring your own wardrobe to the shoot, but we are happy to discuss wardrobe ideas, potential props, and overall themes during the consultation process.