Not really a whole lot of posting going on in here yet, but this group is still young. Just thought I'd post one from a shoot I did recently to see if I can get the ball rolling a bit. :)
From what I understand, boudoir is all about helping someone look and feel their absolute best. As you can see from this shot, my subject here didn't have many of the curves that you might expect from a boudoir shoot, so some of my go-to approaches to the shoot didn't work the same way. Though I feel pretty good about what I've done with...
Hey all I'm Shawn Black of Couture Black and Shawn Black Photography out of Boston, MA. I look forward to posting and interacting with everyone!
Hey there everyone! New to the group. I am a boudoir photographer at JT Noir Studios in North Florida as well as an FStoppers staff writer. I am looking forward to joining in the discussions and seeing everyones images !
Hey there, just want to stop and say hello and introduce myself, and drop a couple of photos :-)
I can't wait to learn some stuff from y'all in this category!
I am very new to photography but would love to specialise in this kind of photography.
I have tried to take some of my wife, with her permission, but they never seem to turn out right.
I would appreciate and tips and suggestions.
Thank you for listening.
I'm an "advanced amateur" and been shooting boudoir since 2001, before I knew it had a name. My hobby studio is Intriguing Images, in Huntsville, Alabama. Hope to share and learn from the group.
I'm a new member to Fsroppers and boudoir is a favorite genre of mine, so naturally this would be one of my first stopping off points. 😄
Here is one of my latest favorites.
My favorite angles are up close and personal. I love finding the curves and accentuating them, making the image almost a tease for what the entirety of the model could be.
model: Sarah Shine
sony A7, 16-35f4 @ 35mm/f4, 1/80. 2x4 softbox camera left, yn360 strip led light camera right, speedlight with grit and gel behind model.
PP using LR3/CS5.