2 Boudoir Tips For The Modern Photographer

Boudoir photography is a sexy new trend that has become increasingly popular over the last few years. Many brides like to give boudoir photos of themselves as a wedding day gift to her groom. Shooting a boudoir session can be difficult... the subject can feel nervous or insecure about what she looks like and you really want to try and make the person relax and remember why they want to take these photos in the first place. 

Boudoir Posing For The Modern Photographer offers some great advice from Emily Caldwell Photography if you are trying to break into the boudoir photography niche. It offers inspiration and knowledge from a highly talented photographer. In it you will learn relationship building skills which is so very important in boudoir, posing, marketing tips and even lighting and room setups to make the best photos possible. 

Today, we are going to show you 2 great boudoir pose ideas that are perfect for the modern photographer that come right from this guide! We hope you enjoy! 

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1. Finding a Great Location

Time and creativity are key to choosing a location. There are tons of ways to find a studio rental, or you can really shoot boudoir photography anywhere - depending on the comfort level of the client. If they are open to unique places, perhaps and open field or forest would be awesome. Hotel rooms are also great. 

Privacy is the main thing you want to remember when planning out a boudoir shoot. You always must be respectful of your clients comfort level and don't ever try to push them into a location they are not comfortable with. Lighting is one other thing you really must consider when looking for a specific location to shoot. 

 Photo credit: Emily Caldwell Photography

Photo credit: Emily Caldwell Photography

2. Playing With Angles While Posing

Getting the right angle while posing your subject is so very important and it can make all the difference in the world. Whenever you have a client in a pose, move around them to try and find the most flattering angle

Here is a great example of a photo taken by Emily Caldwell where just a slightly different angle makes a huge difference in the look of the photo! 

 Photo credit: Emily Caldwell Photography

Photo credit: Emily Caldwell Photography


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