Boudoir photography is a niche in portrait photography, combining the features of portraiture, fashion, art, glamorous and erotic photography. A great way to capture sexy, sensual, stylish images of women of all ages and forms. It is not necessary to have the body of a model that has stepped off the catwalk in order to turn out beautifully in the frame.
Tips for a boudoir photo shoot
The word boudoir comes from French. The boudoir was a place where a woman could take time for herself; depending on financial capabilities, the boudoir was assigned a whole room or part of it, separated by a partition.
The style of boudoir photography itself has existed since the 1940s. It is a sensual, intimate look at a person. Clients are most often women, but there is also a male boudoir photograph. This is a playful and provocative style. Nudity is only implied, but rarely shown. Continue reading
When living in small cities, the overhead is usually lower. Maybe our work can also be priced cheaper? This mistake is often made by photographers from small cities, believing that they are not entitled to charge the same fees for services as photographers in large cities. The fact is that outside these big cities there is less work, so your daily earnings should be comparable. Otherwise, with a lower daily rate and less workload, you will quickly become stuck at low earnings. Finding the right balance is, of course, difficult. It may take more than one year to really figure it out.
You must be prepared for travel if you live outside a large city. You can often spend a day going to the capital for a one-hour photo shoot. It is just a fact of life. You can enjoy the journey and see in it a pleasant Continue reading
In the pre-digital era, photo slides were a common way to preserve memories. But now the technology of slides is outdated, most people no longer have access to a slide projector to view them, so the films are forgotten in boxes on the far shelves.
Digitizing slides yourself
One client of a photo studio told how she undertook to digitize a box with old slides and stumbled upon several photographs of her father, who passed away when she was only four years old. Until that moment, she had never seen these photos, and her relatives forgot about them for many years. After the slides were scanned, the whole family happily looked at the faded, but such native images. Such stories remind us that we must digitize the old slides now, without delay, until time has absorbed them completely and irrevocably. Continue reading