Posing Guides 1 & 2
Both guides are digital products and available for immediate download.
Boudoir Education – Lighting and Posing Guide 2$117.00Add to cartShare
Boudoir Posing Guide 2$47.00Add to cart
Boudoir Posing Guide #2
Boudoir Posing Guide #2 is a great addition to the first guide or a perfect stand alone guide for a great variety of posing ideas and principles.
The 36 page pdf and over 100 individual poses contain many examples of flattering poses and how to achieve them, tips and tricks on how to compensate for problem areas and to enhance your client’s best features. Hands, detail shots, bathtub poses, camera angles and variations of many poses are all covered. Also included are countless tips on how to make your client look as natural and relaxed as possible with hand and arm positioning. The art of “flow posing” is demonstrated – being able to flow from one pose to the next to keep your shoots flowing efficiently and capturing a great number of flattering, sellable images.
The 100 individual poses are ready to be uploaded to your mobile device and used as a reference during your shoots or to be studied on your computer.
The guide is available for immediate download. No physical product will be shipped.Share
Boudoir Lighting Guide$97.00Add to cart
A Complete Guide to Boudoir Lighting
With over 200 images, lighting diagrams and pull-back shots demonstrating everything from lighting basics to advanced techniques in an easy to follow format, this is the complete guide to boudoir lighting ! Over sixty pages packed full of information, this manual is all you will ever need for shooting boudoir photography and creating beautiful images.
From soft wrap around lighting to the most dramatic of looks, you'll learn the principles and lighting set-ups and be able to apply them to any environment from a studio backdrop, to a lavish bedroom or hotel setting. Covering everything from natural to studio lighting, camera exposure settings, common mistakes and how to correct them, posing and shooting tips and tricks and much more.
We can't always depend on the weather or the time of day to be able to shoot all natural lighting in a hotel room setting. Window light is also limiting as to where in the room you can shoot. You will no longer have to rely on these factors and will be able to achieve a greater variety of images on your time schedule.
If shooting in a studio-only environment, many techniques will be demonstrated that will add a greater variety and spice to your present lighting repertoire with some very dramatic set-ups.
The principles and lighting set-ups demonstrated throughout this book can also be applied to other areas of photography. Many are ideal for shooting seniors, maternity, model portfolios and general portraiture.
This is a downloadable product. The download contains a print resolution version suitable for printing at 300 dpi or for zooming in on all images at full resolution to view the tiniest of details. Also included is a screen resolution file suitable for reading on your computer.Share