So this type of work is very much new for me but I wanted to try it out. I used mostly natural light with a tiny bit of artificial light. I used my Sony A7RIII and a Sigma 35mm f/1.4. I'd love to hear feedback from the community! Whether or not this type of photography is something I continue to do, I always want to develop my craft.
Hello all, I am a very new photographer and this is a shot or two from some of my latest work. I used all natural light on a Nikon 3200 body with a Nikkor 35mm F1.8 shot wide open. I would love to hear any and all tips you might have for me!
I had the opportunity to shoot a boudoir session with this beautiful bodybuilder.
Have some new work with Simonne, This is just her 3rd time in front of the camera
Hi Guys ,
Here is a Shoot i Did In Curacao !
Let me Know What You Think Of It !!! like share and comment !
Complete amateur but very keen and budding boudoir tog here.
A friend asked me to do some bridal boudoir pics ahead of her wedding late in the summer. I'd really appreciate some feedback in order to try to improve my technique in prod and post-prod.
Thanks in advance!
Shot this in my small studio space. Natural light with an off camera speed light bounced around the studio to provide some fill. Recently painted one of my apple boxes with a distressed paint job which I think really adds to the vibe of this image.
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I’m on the hunt for a program that was created a few years back.
Below is a video that shows the app.
I used to have it but then I went and replaced my computer and thought I could download it again but it’s not there anymore.
I’m starting to recreate the app but it’s taking me MUCH longer then I was hoping.
Hi everyone! In this study I wanted to test the rule that any lighting can give fine results. First I've tryed a Ikea LED desk lamp for the shooting, but it didn't worked for the type of shot that I wanted. Than I thought: Why not to use the lighting of my big monitor? To get the it I created a flat white color layer on Photoshop and used...
Working with Zhanna always fills me with joy, and i am almost sure getting some nice images ...
here i was playing with light and my perspective ...
Canon 6D and canon 85 1.2 @ 2 ISO 50 1/100 sec 28" beauty dish flashpoint color camera left. Critiques always welcome www.pjrphtotgraphyllc.com instagram: pjrphotographyllc
Canon 6D and canon 135mm F2 @ 2.2 1/50 sec iso 50 flashpoint xplor600 28" beauty dish critique always welcome www.pjrphotographyllc.com
Well not exactly boudoir but you get the idea. Had censor a few shots from the shoot so we could post them as #instasafe to www.instagram.com/mutka and her personal feed.