First time boudoir shoot, coming to grip with learning the camera, lighting, post, etc. Any criticism/tips/advice is welcome
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First time boudoir shoot, coming to grip with learning the camera, lighting, post, etc. Any criticism/tips/advice is welcome

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First time boudoir shoot, coming to grip with learning the camera, lighting, post, etc. Any criticism/tips/advice is welcome

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7 thoughts on “First time boudoir shoot, coming to grip with learning the camera, lighting, post, etc. Any criticism/tips/advice is welcome

  1. Lamp on the others side at eye level that highlight the entire body length + another light thats weaker on face side could be interesting

  2. Great first try! Every rule in photography is a guideline. They can be broken and still work. Always remember that. Generally it’s a no no to have the underside of feet so prominently shown. As others have stated, the bookcase is distracting. Always ask yourself what is competing with my main subject when composing. The light is a little weird because there are highlights on her nose and the rest of her face is underexposed. What was your light source? Keep shooting!

  3. ou are a very beautiful woman and the photo is super good. Unfortunately you have calluses on your heels and it looks like crap.

  4. The only criticism I have would be on the shadows on her face, specially under the eyes. If in Lightroom you would use a circle on her face and decrease contrast and maybe increase a bit the shadow, her face would glow and be more smooth like the rest of the body 🙂

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