Traditional – This style of photography is very consistent and controlled. The photographer will direct you and pose you for the majority of your session. This allows them to be able to provide you with classic and mainstream boudoir imagery. PROS: Traditional boudoir photography is very ‘what you see is what you get’. If you prefer traditional boudoir photography now, odds are you will still enjoy your photos 10 years from now. CONS: If you are looking for real or candid photos where you are not looking at the camera, traditional may not be the style for you. Photojournalistic – As the name suggests this style of photography aims to capture you in a journalistic way. Boudoir Photojournalists strive to really capture you at your best without overly posing or directing you. PROS: The photos you will receive from this style of photographer will be candid, raw and genuinely YOU. You will have a session filled with photos that are authentic and unposed. As a bonus more than likely your photos will not be like everyone else’s. CONS: There is definitely a time to sit back and be a ‘fly on the wall’ as well as a time to get in there and pose a client for beautiful boudoir photos. If your photographer is strictly photojournalistic you may end up feeling like you don't know how to pose well or feeling extra pressure to come up with 'poses' on your own. Artistic – Creative people want creative boudoir photos. If this describes you then artistic boudoir photography is right up your alley. An artistic boudoir photographer will get creative when it comes to angles, focus, posing and even photographic techniques. Always pushing the envelope and looking for the next best thing, these artists will ensure that your photos will be unlike anything you’ve ever seen! PROS: You can be sure that you will have FUN during your session! When you get your photos back they will be completely unique, captivating and one of a kind. CONS: In order to get artistic photos from your session you really do have to let your photographer be an ARTIST. You have to be able to give them creative control and your complete trust, which can be tough for some clients to do.