Beautiful Boudoir Simple Lighting and Flow Posing Techniques to Boost Your Photography Business

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  • Copyright: 2017-05-16
  • Publisher: Amherst Media
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Maximize the results of your every boudoir session by incorporating these tips for easy, effective lighting and flattering poses.

In this book, Jodi Lynn Maxwell proves that you can create a wide range of lighting effects using a single strobe, modifiers, and window light. She shows you how to create a starting setup and make minor changes to produce a host of lighting looks, in minimal time and with little effort.

Coaching a client into a flattering pose is key to making her feel good about herself—particularly when it comes to boudoir portraits. Maxwell provides before-and-after poses, showing simple refinements that take a portrait from marginal to magnificent. She also provides step-by-step instructions on flow posing. You’ll start with a strong basic pose, then ask a client to move a foot, tilt their head, turn a shoulder, etc., to produce myriad flattering portrait options in a short span of time.

Author Biography

Jodi Lynn Maxwell is the owner of Le Boudoir Studio. She has been photographing for over fifteen years and has run a successful studio for seven years. She received a degree in the field of accounting and feel that her studies have paved the way to her success. She says, “I understand how the numbers work and how to make them work for me.

Running a studio is about 20% photography and 80% business. Once you have mastered your skills in photography, it is critical to continue learning, but fine-tuning your business is even more important.”

Maxwell has photographed hundreds of women thus far and her work has been published in numerous magazines. She is the recipient two awards from Arizona Foothills magazine: Best of Our Valley AZ Foothills 2014 and Best of Our Valley AZ Foothills 2015.

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