“Will my skin look good on camera?”.

Something that comes up quickly with Asian boudoir clients is a concern that photographers won’t be able to show the natural beauty of their skin tone.

I photograph women with all skin types and treat skin very sensitively both on the photoshoot and in editing. So, I can say that yes, your skin will look good on camera and I hope these images showcase that for you.

I also offer multiple lighting styles for boudoir. I have found that different lighting speaks to people differently. You can feel powerful in one lighting style, but not in another.

You can even pick more than one style for your boudoir shoot to show different sides of your personality. Your collection of images will become a story reflecting the complexity and nuances of you.

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What styles do you offer?

The Painterly Style

My painterly style is called ‘Ravishing Renaissance’. Clients who are a little romantic tend to favour this look.

Clients love the softness, canvases, and drapery and I have a few colours to choose from in the studio.

It’s true that this style is heavily influenced by European paintings, yet it suits all skin types.

An asian boudoir photograph with a woman seated on a couch in pink drapery

Dark & Sultry

Asian boudoir also looks stunning with a touch of dark and sultry.

I’ve developed this technique to accentuate your favourite features with light and shadow, creating an artistic look unique to you.

This can look beautiful if you choose a light silhouette to outline your body, or with backlighting. Backlighting is where we shine light from behind and it can create an ethereal vibe.

Again, Asian skin looks beautiful with this style too.

an aisan lady in underwear on a n asian boudoir photography session.

Bombshell Black and White

Asian skin also looks great in black and white.

Timeless black and white helps you focus on your connection and form.

It helps capture stunning tonal contrast and reveal texture from your wardrobe.

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Uniquely You

I also love clients to share their vision with me. One request that comes up a lot is Sunlight.

Asian boudoir photography looks magical when we throw in some window light. Here I’m using studio lights to create warm morning window light.

The British weather is unpredictable, and our photo shoot can’t always happen at 7 am! By using studio lighting I can offer you a variety of looks, including the ‘just got out of bed in the warm sunlight’ vibe.

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Asian Boudoir

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"She helped me feel confident and beautiful."

“I’m so happy I went with Siorna. Not only is she extremely talented at what she does, but she’s such a warm, welcoming presence. Siorna calmed my nerves and was super accommodating to my requests and most importantly, she helped me feel confident and beautiful. I’m grateful for both a set of gorgeous photos and a new friend!”

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Do you help with wardrobe?

When it comes to wardrobe, choices that complement your skin tone and personal style are crucial.

Rich, vibrant colours such as deep reds, emerald greens, and royal blues tend to look stunning against Asian skin tones.

These colours not only enhance the visual appeal but also contribute to the overall mood of the shoot.

Incorporating elements of traditional attire can add a layer of cultural significance and personalization to the photos, making them even more special.

an asian woman on a boudoir photoshoot in a royal blue corset with her back the camera and flowers.

Listening to your needs

I’ve designed this boudoir experience so that you feel comfortable before you even step into the studio. We discuss styles, colours, wardrobe and even props at a video Style Consult before your photoshoot. You’ll know exactly what to expect before your special day.

I’ve found that because we’ve talked about the experience beforehand you are more comfortable and relax into the photoshoot faster. The complimentary sparkling wine also helps!

I also offer a video chat before you book. This is so you can meet me, ask any questions, and make sure you’re completely comfortable before booking. It’s the perfect time to raise anything you’re concerned about.

If you’d like to see more photographs with the different types of posing visit my Boudoir Gallery.

Ready to book? Want to chat?

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I'm excited to hear from you!