So you’ve decided that you want to build your outdoor boudoir photography portfolio. Maybe you’ve done one or two outdoor boudoir sessions and fell in love with the way it felt for you and your client and you want to shoot more. Maybe you’ve never done an outdoor boudoir photography session before and you are dying to try it. Or, maybe you have some amazing ideas in your head but are unsure how to bring them to life. Either way, you want to build your outdoor boudoir photography portfolio, but you’re not sure how to make it happen. Trust me, I get it.