First time taking boudoir shots of wife. Was a bit nervous posting here but finally did it. Gear used Sony a6400 with kit lens. Any feedback?
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First time taking boudoir shots of wife. Was a bit nervous posting here but finally did it. Gear used Sony a6400 with kit lens. Any feedback?

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First time taking boudoir shots of wife. Was a bit nervous posting here but finally did it. Gear used Sony a6400 with kit lens. Any feedback?

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13 thoughts on “First time taking boudoir shots of wife. Was a bit nervous posting here but finally did it. Gear used Sony a6400 with kit lens. Any feedback?

  1. You killed it! This is great. Just enough tease and an awesome pose. Looking forward to seeing more of your work!

  2. This is a great shot! My suggestion would be to have her doing something with her hands. In this case her hands could be tugging down on her bottoms and it would tell more of a story.

  3. Great shot. Here are my thoughts. You don’t want to see the middle of the panties stuck in her, so that crotch should drop down. You can pull the panties up a bit overall to make that area less revealing, but you don’t want it stuck in her. Also, if you moved a bit to you right, you could get her in the mirror. Overall a nice shot, and a lovely woman.

  4. This is a fantastic shot. Well done. My only two *very small* critiques would be 1) have her do something with her hands (e.g., on the panties like she’s pulling them down, over her head, fingers in her hair, etc.) and 2) move a little bit so you can get her reflection in the mirror.

    Even without those things though, I still really like this shot. Would love to see more of your work here in the future.

  5. Overall, very nice. Not gonna offer any critique because everyone sees a different shot. If you and her like it, thats all that matters! Share again!

  6. Really cool. You might like more dynamic compositions and playing with lights will give you more contrast and volumen.

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