Boudoir has emerged from being a trend to being firmly established in the photographic mainstream. Its roots lie with many modern brides' desire to give a special, intimate album to their intended, but has snowballed with more and more women commissioning photographers (or photography enthusiast partners) to create personal portrait shots.
Unlike glamour photography, boudoir is driven by the model's own concept and vision, and this book provides anyone who wants to explore their creative side with a complete guide to every aspect of the craft, from calming your model's stage fright to post-producing for that magazine look. This is a complete reference guide, with poses to suit all body types, arming photographers of any experience level with all they need to get visually arresting, and very flattering, results every time.
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