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Boudoir Photography Books

 

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The Boudoir Photography Cookbook: 60 Recipes for Tempting Photos

Jen Rozenbaum presents sixty essential skills that will help you to fine-turn every aspect of your boudoir shoot. She begins with a look into what qualifies as boudoir, identifies the subgenres of boudoir portraiture, and then launches into a targeted look at various posing strategies that will really amp up your subject’s gorgeous curves for a sexy, sultry look. You’ll also find a host of image concepts that you might want to incorporate into your repertoire, plus lighting sources and setups Jen favors for creating sizzling shots, and even tips for selecting a wardrobe that downplays perceived flaws and celebrates your subject’s assets. Of course, Rozenbaum doesn’t stop there. There are even sections on changing up lenses for portrait variety, working with a Lensbaby (a specialty lens that offers a ‘sweet spot’ of focus), and pulling out all of the stops with today’s must-have light source: the Westcott Ice Light.

The Art of Boudoir Photography: How to Create Stunning Photographs of Women 1st Edition

“Cultivating sex appeal and looking great naked is not about crash dieting or Photoshop, but rather is about a woman’s attitude, confidence, playful personality, and feeling good in her own skin.”  –Christa Meola, boudoir photographer

Elegant Boudoir Photography: Lighting, Posing, and Design for Exquisite Images

Outstanding boudoir images require more than just great lighting and posing; they demand a comprehensive approach to the client’s experience. From the moment a subject steps through your door, every aspect of the physical, emotional, and interpersonal environment must be an invitation to freedom and exploration. In this book, Jessica Lark shows you how to create a romantic looking glass for your model to step through, revealing her secret, intimate self. With this in place, Lark’s comprehensive posing and lighting approaches guide you through the creation of your ideal brand of boudoir photography—whether it’s primal, flirty, voyeuristic, romantic, or erotic. She also helps you explore looks that suit your client’s personality and sensual style, resulting in perfectly personalized images. With these techniques, you’ll be able to create a complete boudoir experience and design irresistibly sexy images

Elegant Boudoir Photography: Lighting, Posing, and Design for Exquisite Images

Outstanding boudoir images require more than just great lighting and posing; they demand a comprehensive approach to the client’s experience. From the moment a subject steps through your door, every aspect of the physical, emotional, and interpersonal environment must be an invitation to freedom and exploration. In this book, Jessica Lark shows you how to create a romantic looking glass for your model to step through, revealing her secret, intimate self. With this in place, Lark’s comprehensive posing and lighting approaches guide you through the creation of your ideal brand of boudoir photography—whether it’s primal, flirty, voyeuristic, romantic, or erotic. She also helps you explore looks that suit your client’s personality and sensual style, resulting in perfectly personalized images. With these techniques, you’ll be able to create a complete boudoir experience and design irresistibly sexy images

Boudoir Lighting: Simple Techniques for Dramatic Photography

The most flattering boudoir images are often very nuanced presentations of the subject’s sensuality—but that doesn’t mean that the lighting has to be extremely complicated. For most of the beautiful images in this well-illustrated book, photographer Robin Owen uses just a single light source. As she shows, the key to getting great results with simple setups is careful planning. From there, careful posing within the light allows you to emphasize your subject’s best features and minimize any areas she feels less confident revealing. By observing the delicate balance between lighting and posing, Owens shows you how to create a broad spectrum of looks that will satisfy virtually any boudoir client. As you follow through Owen’s detailed descriptions of her work on sixty different sessions, you’ll quickly discover that lighting a boudoir portrait doesn’t have to be a daunting prospect—with a little creativity and ingenuity, simple can be absolutely beautiful!

 

Real. Sexy. Photography.: The Art and Business of Boudoir

Dani Klein-Williams is renowned for her chic, flirty, and feminine boudoir portrait style and ability to showcase each woman’s best assets. In this book, Dani will help photographers focus on revealing a woman’s true essence. She explains not only how to deliver uniquely alluring photos, but also how to create a meaningful experience for every client. With an innate approachability and a bit of humor, Dani embraces the concept that every woman has a beauty all her own—one simply must know how to draw it out and capture it. This book offers guidance on all aspects of boudoir photography, including attracting your ideal clients, planning for the session, lighting and exposure strategies, flattering posing and creative composition, post-production, and sales. You’ll also discover tips for building rapport to ensure you are able to produce an array flattering, sensual images that she—and any anticipated portrait recipient — will truly cherish.

Beautiful Boudoir: Simple Lighting and Flow Posing Techniques to Boost Your Photography Business

Maximize the results of your every boudoir session by incorporating these tips for easy, effective lighting and flattering poses.

In this book, Jodi Lynn Maxwell proves that you can create a wide range of lighting effects using a single strobe, modifiers, and window light. She shows you how to create a starting setup and make minor changes to produce a host of lighting looks, in minimal time and with little effort.

Boudoir Photography: The Complete Guide to Shooting Intimate Portraits

The complete manual to boudoir, one of the fastest growing trends in photography

Once popular mainly with brides, boudoir portraits are now enjoyed by women of all ages to celebrate everything from anniversaries to birthdays to their own independent spirit. This isn’t old-fashioned glamour photography—it’s an altogether new genre, with a focus on flattering the subject and creating stunning, intimate images.
In this one-stop guide, successful boudoir photographer Critsey Rowe reveals all you need to get started with your own boudoir studio, whether you’re an amateur shooting at home or a professional looking to tap into this exciting new revenue stream. Inside you’ll discover:

·         A complete guide to boudoir, from equipment, makeup, and styling, to lighting, shooting, and step-by-step retouching.
·         Thirty poses to flatter any subject, whatever her body type.
·         Essential postproduction techniques to lift, smooth, and tone.
·         Tips on making clients comfortable and collaborating with them to produce portraits they’ll love.

Sexy Curves: Plus-Size Boudoir Photography Techniques

“Boudoir” photographs are intimate images created of a woman in a private (read intimate) space. The term “boudoir,” in translation, means “bedroom,” and images created in the boudoir style—whether they are indeed created in a woman’s boudoir or in a makeshift bedroom within the walls of a photographic studio—are strictly feminine. The subjects may be adorned in fine lingerie, or perhaps may be shown in the act of dressing—or undressing. The images are sensual, flirty, and always beautiful.

Clients book boudoir sessions to celebrate their sensuality and femininity. For some, the goal is to document a special phase in life or simply to find a new way to see herself. Other women seek to book a boudoir session with the goal of providing a significant other with a highly personal and perhaps playful gift. Regardless of her motivation, her expectation is that her photographer will be able to amplify her assets, minimize any perceived figure flaws, and create a beautiful, evocative work of art.

 

 

Sultry, Sweet or Sassy: The Professional Photographer’s Guide to Boudoir Photography Techniques

Whether you’re looking to enter the boudoir photography market or to take your existing boudoir photography business to the next level, acclaimed photographer and photo-educator Kay Eskridge has the information you need. In this comprehensive book, Eskridge shows you how to develop a unique boudoir division for your business, then craft a customer experience to celebrate sensuality in a fun, approachable way women love. From scene, prop, and clothing selection to flawless lighting and posing, Eskridge demonstrates techniques that make real women look great and feel empowered. Whether your client wants to look sultry, sweet, or sassy (or maybe a little bit of all three) you’ll learn how to design images that thrill!

 

 




 

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