At the heart of boudoir photography lies the artful manipulation of light, which has the power to transform an image from ordinary to extraordinary.
The interplay between light and shadow can create mood, drama, accentuate curves, and help tell the story within your image. It can also be used to flatter your subject beyond her wildest dreams with images she won’t be able to live without.
In the Boudoir Lighting Guide, The 4 Most Popular Lighting Setups For Natural Light and Flash, we’ll explore in great detail the four most popular (and effective) lighting setups for boudoir photography, along with two other stylized setups.
You’ll discover the benefits and drawbacks of each, along with the unique challenges of shooting them with both natural light and flash.
We’ll also talk about the various lighting equipment and accessories needed for both, and their unique applications so you’ll have everything you need to sculpt and fine tune the light to your liking whether shooting with natural light or flash
In addition, I’ll address what each lighting setup is “saying” with its visual language.
This guide will teach you how to shoot…
Light and airy
Dark and moody
Light and moody (a new category I’m introducing)
Along with two types of silhouettes
It’ll also show you two unique outside-the-box setups that will set you apart from other boudoir photographers.