Boudoir Photography Tips: The Importance of Branding


  Boudoir photographers have their own special niche in the photography market, so much so that boudoir photography has effectively become a class of its own.  This is because although there is a certain level of trust that is necessary for most types of photography, other genres are fairly straightforward. However, subjects of boudoir photography [...]

Boudoir Photography Tips: The Importance of Branding2019-05-21T12:18:28+00:00

Monday Muse – Kiki Smith


  I trust my work. It's a collaboration with the material, and when it's viewed, it's a collaboration with the world. - Kiki Smith German-born daughter of American sculptor Tony Smith, Kiki is a dynamo of art and political activism, a woman on fire. Often classified as a “feminist artist,” Kiki’s work far surpasses any [...]

Monday Muse – Kiki Smith2019-05-20T12:10:24+00:00

Boudoir Photography Tips: 3 Rules for Good Composition in Photography


  Boudoir Photography Tips: 3 Rules for Good Composition in Photography   We’re taking a quick trip back to the fundamentals. That’s right, the FUN-damentals, the stuff you need to know and the skills you need to have if you want to take great photos. The composition is undoubtedly one of the most important aspects of [...]

Boudoir Photography Tips: 3 Rules for Good Composition in Photography2019-05-14T14:15:54+00:00

Boudoir Photo Tips: What Questions to Ask Your Client


Boudoir Photo Tips: What Questions to Ask Your Client You’ve probably heard it said that the success of the end result depends on one of two things: blind luck or excellent preparation. But when it comes to business, it’s never a good idea to leave anything to chance. Besides, “luck” is what happens when preparation [...]

Boudoir Photo Tips: What Questions to Ask Your Client2019-05-07T18:16:35+00:00

Monday Muse Julia Margaret Cameron


  Julia Margaret Cameron “I longed to arrest the beauty that came before me and at length, the longing has been satisfied.” - Julia Margaret Cameron ________________ One of the most beautiful and uncanny elements about Boudoir Photography is the ability of the photographer to capture subjects in their most intimate and honest of capacities. [...]

Monday Muse Julia Margaret Cameron2019-05-06T22:58:12+00:00

The importance of Breathing


“I took a deep breath and listened to the old brag of my heart. I am, I am, I am.” ― Sylvia Plath, The Bell Jar ___________________________________________ Breath is healing but is so often taken for granted. Breathing in deeply calms the heart, relaxes tense muscles, and focuses the mind. Breath is life-giving, rejuvenating. Meditation [...]

The importance of Breathing2019-05-01T21:45:04+00:00

Boudoir Photo Tips -The Art of complimenting


Boudoir Photography Tip of the Week: The Art of Complimenting “There are only three things women need in life: food, water, and compliments.” - Chris Rock ------- It’s no secret that women tend to battle a great many insecurities. Even the strongest and boldest of us will sometimes have to lock ourselves in the bathroom [...]

Boudoir Photo Tips -The Art of complimenting2019-04-30T13:05:50+00:00

Monday Muse – Eve Arnold


USA. California. Los Angeles. Marilyn Monroe. 1960.   "If a photographer cares about the people before the lens and is compassionate, much is given. It is the photographer, not the camera, that is the instrument." - Eve Arnold ____________________________ Photography becomes art when it makes you feel something, when it becomes more than [...]

Monday Muse – Eve Arnold2019-04-29T20:41:51+00:00

Monday Muse – Lillian Bassman


I am completely tied up with softness, fragility, and the problems of a feminine world -  Lillian Bassman One of the lesser known but still incredibly influential fashion photographers of the 20th century, Ukrainian-born Lillian Bassman is an inspirational woman and one of my all-time favorites. I not only appreciate her for her talent and [...]

Monday Muse – Lillian Bassman2019-04-22T09:07:51+00:00

Looking for Guide for Male Boudoir Photographers?


For once the tables have tuned. It's nice to be in a niche that women are mostly dominating and it's not because of our gender. We all know the stories in which tech giants like Google and Facebook lament about the gender gap and pay inequality. 1:1 gender ratio is the big goal for most industries. It is a problem in Boudoir Photography as well. But, here female

Looking for Guide for Male Boudoir Photographers?2018-06-25T00:10:54+00:00