Boudoir Photography: One-light Setup for Capturing Low Key Body Details

If you’ve been looking for ways to improve your shots of the human body, look no further. The following video offers viewers many helpful tips, including how to get the job done using just one light. The photographer in the video also shares some advice on working with models and how to make sure your subject is comfortable during the shoot. See it here (warning – content is PG-13):

“If she is standing, you can go completely abstract and make photos that don’t identify her. You can shoot just parts of her body and get really artistic, nice photos.”

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For further training on boudoir photography:

Michael Zelbel, the photographer in this video, has a full guide on the difficult art of Boudoir Photography aided by Speedlights. Zelbel has developed a method to shoot wonderful beauty photos with a set of lighting gear, that is so small, it fits into his carry-on luggage when traveling. It’s easy to use and enabled him to walk into any bedroom and turn it into a stage for breathtaking boudoir photos within minutes. The guide also carries a 60 day no-questions-asked guarantee so there is no risk in trying it.

It can be found here: The Art of Boudoir Photography with Speedlights

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