Starting off in any genre most photographers will go through the feeling of being on top of their game. This is until years later when they look back at their portfolio and cringe compared to the work being produced now.
Michael Sasser is no stranger to boudoir photography as he has been shooting for over a decade as well as teaching workshops over the country. Recently he decided to dive into his old work to see how it compared to he current portfolio. "We all start somewhere and I started very far back. I already knew how to use a camera when I started shooting, but had no idea how to pose or what I wanted my boudoir pictures to look like" he wrote.
In this hilarious video he critiques his own work with some lighthearted tips for his former self. Between the lighting, posing, and storyline behind his tips he manages to also help newbie photographers from making the same mistakes he did when starting out. As in Sasser fashion, he not only explains where he went wrong but also how it has improved in a timeline using the same pose over the years. If you have went back and critiqued your own work leave a comment with your then and now images.