DUDOIR photography is an exciting challenge for men to release their inhibitions and reveal or redefine their true self: who you are, who you can be, and who you want to be.
The term DUDOIR PHOTOGRAPHY is derived from the female version BOUDOIR PHOTOGRAPHY. It is a photographic style featuring intimate, romantic, and sometimes erotic images of men in a bedroom or private dressing room environment, primarily intended for his or his romantic partner’s private enjoyment. It is distinct from glamour photography in that it is usually more suggestive rather than explicit in its approach to nudity and sexuality. It features men who do not regularly model and they often request art nudes.
It is common for men to have DUDOIR photographs of themselves made as a gift to a partner, conventionally for Valentine’s Day, on the occasion of their engagement, marriage, or before an enforced extended separation due to work. DUDOIR photography is also sometimes given as a gift with the intention of re-affirming and encouraging the romance and sensuality between partners in a long-term relationship.
Increasingly, DUDOIR photography is seen as something that a person might do purely for their own enjoyment, for the pleasure and affirmation of seeing themselves as attractive, daring, sensual, and sexually-desirable. This is often the case to celebrate reaching a physical goal that could be anything from losing weight or recovery after an operation or physical trauma.
Sexy is not a physical attribute. It's self-confidence. It's a moment when you're comfortable enough with yourself to open-up to others. Love yourself now.
After a DUDOIR photo session, men often comment on how liberated the experience made them feel.
"good boys go to heaven but bad boys bring heaven to you"