I've been shooting at a night club for the past few months, and have built a friendship with the women that work there, and while I've never technically said what I shoot to them (other than photo booths, crowd shots) -- I've been asked by one female whom I've recently come into contact with to do a shoot.
Now this is going to be something that I've never ventured into -- yet it's basic portraiture... I'm a mix of anxious, nervous and excited, however -- I plan on making her look classy, not trashy. I've got a decent setup as of now yet I lack the studio space (or personal space, being my own) -- so there's a good chance of using her place as a setting (change of linens, etc)
However my question is, what are some tips to make this go smoothly? I'm going to feel a bit intimidated by her (looks wise, amazing body) -- yet really nice personality, so I assume her willing to work with me already will make things easy. One of the photos I proposed to her is a little on the risque side -- yet concealed, what are some things to say to encourage her to be comfortable and trust me?