Andy Armstrong's Boudoir Posing Guide is the quintessential 40-page guide to posing boudoir and glamour clients.
Excerpt from the Introduction of Andy Armstrong's Boudoir Posing Guide. :
In the last five years, I’ve spent a great deal of time refining the process for my glamour and boudoir sessions – throwing out what doesn’t work and fine-tuning what does. The result is a process that allows me to consistently capture very provocative glamour and boudoir images quickly and easily while building the client’s confidence and keeping a session moving forward.
My goal in writing this boudoir posing guide is to share my boudoir session process and help you better direct your clients and consistently create stunning boudoir images that sell. To reach that goal, we’ll discuss the following topics:.
- Pose Progression
- The Details
- Posing Details that Don't Work (and How to Fix Them)
- Specialized Posing
- A Few Bonus Tips
Pose Progression is a system of posing that allows a photographer to direct a model or client through a series of poses that are continuous and requires very few changes in the lighting setup. A good pose progression lets a boudoir session move forward without awkward pauses where a client is doing nothing, and the photographer is thinking of what to do next. This guide shows you a tried and true pose progression that will make your boudoir sessions flow.
The Details that Do and Don't Work (and How to Fix Them)
This guide covers all those extra little details that make a boudoir image great, as well as how to look out for and fix all those flaws that will kill a boudoir image. From camera angle to "turkey arm," this guide covers it all and shows you how to deal with it.
After you've nailed down the Pose Progression, this guide shows you how to pose subjects in a chair, on a bed, and even against a wall. The Specialized Posing section helps you get the best out of your clients in specialized situations.
After covering basic Pose Progression, the details that work, the details that don’t work, and even some specialized posing, this guide even gives you three pages of bonus tips for shooting glamour and boudoir (in quick-fire style).
What people are saying about the Boudoir Posing Guide
"My friend Andy Armstrong just released this very helpful posing guide for boudoir photographers. It is tastefully done and full of great tips and examples. If you are new to this genre of photography or looking for some easy to implement ideas to fine tune the work you are already doing, this should be very helpful. I particularly liked the examples of how a simple change in camera position can dramatically affect how you flatter (or un-flatter) your subject."-Kevin Kubota
This product is an electronic book in PDF, hi-res printable format. Your product will be available for download immediately after purchase, and no hard copy will be shipped to you.
This product was added to our catalog on Sunday 29 May, 2011.