Then there are bright and airy boudoir photographs. These add a more playful edge and have different lighting requirements. Some photographers use natural light for these. Others use flashes or floods to create the image.
My style is a mixture of bright, airy, and moody with a focus on sensual fashion. I like the look of the lingerie models in high end catalogues. I go for a “magazine-style” look to my creations.
Because some clients will return for second or third or fourth shoots at the studio, I like to try and evolve my looks.
Recently I became engrossed in a neon look. A neon sign appeared to light the image, bathing everything in its glow.
Colored lights are nothing new to photography. Studios use them to create washes of color on backdrops and backgrounds. They accomplished this by using gels, colored pieces of plastic, to go over the bulb.
Now with LED technology, things have gotten easier. There are RGB lights that will allow you to change hues with the touch of a button. You can even scroll the range to get the exact color you want.
I had never played, nor shot with these lights before. But I had to give it a try! So I did some research and settled on two pro RGB-LED lights.
They arrived the day before I was to do a photoshoot. The client was a model and we were creating some social media materials. Without having had a chance to play with the lights, I asked her if she would like to experiment. She said sure …
So I had her pose, turned on the lights, set some colors up and started clicking the shutter. I kind of like the look. What do you think?
Our studio regularly books several months in advance. If you are interested in learning more about, or possibly scheduling a boudoir photoshoot, contact us now:
My studio limits the number of clients we accept to make sure you get the attention you deserve. Plan early so we can get you onto the studio schedule before dates run out!