When you book a boudoir portrait session with me, I will send you a boudoir agreement which outlines the studio policies, expectations, and also includes a model release. The model release defines how your images will be handled and allows me to use or share your images, or not, based on your preferences. I always respect my clients rights and would never share your images if you asked me not too. The number one reason I ask for permission is because I want to show your images to other women who are nervous about doing a boudoir session. I love being able to share our sessions so other girls know that real women do this every day.
No images are ever shared without my clients’ written consent. The images on my site are real clients, not models and I have received consent to post their images. I do not publish any images without the clients’ written consent. While some clients are proud to share and show off their beautiful images, others may not be able to due to profession or community commitments. No matter what you decide, I will fully respect your decision.
I have earned a great reputation on being discreet with my clientele. No matter if you are a celebrity, executive or the girl next door, I value your privacy and will keep your images private if you choose to.
AD-Boudoir understands the importance of personal privacy, so when handling your images, we use a professional password protected private online proof gallery for you to select your final photos.
If you decide to decline to share your images on the AD-Boudoir website or other marketing, please be assured your images will be kept private.