My main emphasis is engagements, brides, and weddings. I do some family shoots and babies. I've come to realize that I don't really prefer families and kids. (I had a 4 year old throw a toy at me and scream no, the mother giggled at her child as if it was cute. I nearly left the shoot at that point.) My patience is on thin ice with kids. The main problem is me not having kids yet. Anyways, back to the point. I don't want to focus on family and kids. I want to focus on weddings (engagements & Bridals included there) and boudoir. However I plan on leaving just a few portrait images up for my current clients who are return clients that I love to deal with.
Would you find it offensive to come across boudoir images on a regular site when searching out for a wedding or portrait photographer?
I don't want to offend people but I'm not quite sure I can fund another site & pay for the advertising to get that site out when my current site gets a decent amount of traffic. As of right now I have one non-showy sample on my site and state that I can show you samples in person. So should I stick with that or maybe have a password protected proof gallery and make it known they need to call for the password (but I would change it periodically). I don't want kids or guys going to my site just to see half naked women. Or should I not worry and have a boudoir gallery?