(Closed) Boudoir Backfire :(posted 9 years ago in Photos/Videos
- 7 years ago
- Wedding: April 2015
I thought it was a cute idea, but Fiance was like, “Uh, why? I could just see you naked right now and that’d be AWESOME. I don’t need any stinkin’ pictures!”
My kind of guy.
- 3 years ago
- Wedding: July 2008
Well, this was from about 6 years ago (I’m just know reading this) and you never did fill us in on whether he came down from the ledge and then let you know you looked great. My first thought probably would have been, she got exposed like this in front of someone else to take the photos, who took these, it wasn’t a guy was it? The more sexy the more I’d be concerned she got like this in front of a guy. My wife knows me so I’d never expect her to do this with a guy, she knows it would hurt me…as long as a couple knows each other they can avoid these marital wounds.
My main two concerns would have been 1. You didn’t have a male photographer or male assistant there did you?, and 2. Who has the legal rights to these and if the photographer does do they maintain the right to show these at art shows, display them to others in their portfolio, post them to their web site? As long as it was an all female shoot and the photographer doesn’t maintain any right to publish these elsewhere then I’m sure I’d relax and then just enjoy how hot she looked. I hope he came around and calmed down (you said it was a female photographer, you never said if the photographer could still use these for her own purposes or not) and told you how awesome you looked.
I’d encourage all ladies thinking about this to go to a female only agency. Why take the risk. If you elect to do it and go to a guy to pose half naked than I’d just hope you really know your guy and you already know that he won’t care. I assume most couples know each other well enough to know what things they like and what things will hurt them or be offensive. If there is even a slight doubt than you should probably just play it safe and do the shoot with women there only.
I sure hope you come back and give some updates on how things have been since. I’m sorry he seemed concerned more at first than pleased but I hope that he loved them and appreciated them once his fears were put at ease.
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