Modelling for Boudoir Photographs
Whether you are planning a surprise for someone special - a honeymoon treat for your new husband, a moral boost for a serviceman serving in the forces, or just want a fantastic record of yourself at your sultry, glamourous best, the tips on these pages should give you a great head start when it comes to modelling for boudoir photographs.
Many will put their faith in a professional photographer - in which case you can use Finding A Photographer for an inside track on how to find one near you.
Others might find the costs (and lets face it, embarrassment) too much of a barrier to using a professional photographer. You shouldn't let that stop you getting your photographs though. The information on this site will help you take your own photographs; something that you can do with any camera following our tips on DIY Boudoir Photography, and when you have created your masterpieces there is some advice on Printing Boudoir Photographs.
I have tried to put together lots of information to help you prepare for all aspects of your boudoir shoot; Preparing for your Boudoir Photographs gives you a check-list of what to do in the run-up to your photo shoot.
Makeup & Lingerie provides some simple advice from a photographers point of view, and there is lots of information on posing too:
You might also like to have a look at the Boudoir Photography Ideas section as well.
If you are doing the shoot yourself, you might like to consult Photography Tips & Techniques which gives some more advanced photography advice, the Lighting Workshop will give you invaluable info on what light sources to use (such as candles, bedside lights, window light etc)