A lot of people want to invest in cameras and lenses when they start out with photography, but that’s not the only investments you can make to help you get better photos. https://www.diyboudoir.com/post/10-investments-for-boudoir-photography
Another posing article for your viewing pleasure. This time I’m focusing on tips for the curvy girls. https://www.diyboudoir.com/post/boudoir-posing-tips-for-curvy-girls
I know I’ve made a few different posts about taking your own boudoir photos but I wanted one really good starter post for a while now. While primarily written for self-shot, couples will also find this tutorial useful. https://www.diyboudoir.com/post/quick-diy-boudoir-tutorial P.S. I want to thank all of you that have been visiting my blog and sending me your wonderful messages. It has meant a lot to me!
At one point in time we all needed a little help with choosing a lens for boudoir photography. So in order to help the next guy(or gal) that comes along here is my guide on choosing a lens for Boudoir. https://www.diyboudoir.com/post/choosing-a-lens-for-boudoir-photography
While I had self-shot and couple-shot boudoir in mind when I wrote these tips you might also find them useful if you are wanting to pursue boudoir photography as a professional. 1) Create a simple shot list. 2) Set your Camera to RAW + JPEG. 3) Shoot in Aperture Priority Mode. 4) Understand how to use natural light. 5) Take your time. 6) Shoot wide and crop in post. To read the full write up follow the link below. https://www.diyboudoir.com/post/tips-for-beginner-boudoir-photographers
Natural light is a keystone for any beginning boudoir photographer. Whither you are shooting as a pro or if it’s just you and your partner. So I put together some tips to help you. https://www.diyboudoir.com/post/using-natural-light-for-diy-boudoir
Greetings fellow lovers of boudoir! Today I would like to share something with you I have been working on for quite a while. A camera guide specifically for boudoir photography based on your budget. My goal is to keep this updated moving forward. I would also welcome any feedback you may have towards making this a better resource for those new to boudoir photography. Link to the guide is below. https://www.diyboudoir.com/post/camera-buying-guide
Doing your own boudoir shoot is an excellent way to show off your sexy side, either for yourself or a partner, and have a little fun while you are at it. That said it can be a little overwhelming. Here are 6 tips to help you get the most out of your DIY boudoir shoot. 1) Plan your Shoot 2) Use Natural Light 3) Get a Tripod 4) Pamper Yourself a Little 5 Clean Your Lens 6 Enjoy Yourself Note: While primarily written for self-shot boudoir, most of these tips will come in handy for couple-shot boudoir as well. 1)...