Getting Started in Boudoir

Everything from booking a model, dealing with a client prior to session as well as lighting including natural window light, Flash to look like a window, small flash, posing flow plus a short business series on making money.

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Learn flow posing for The Sofa, Chair & Bed as well as posing for a fuller figure.

Checkout the Posing and Lighting Boudoir 5-part series.

Link To Posing


Watch Mark live in the studio shooting a variety of boudoir basic sessions including an introduction to bridal boudoir, mimicking lingerie ads and his iconic white sheet portraits.

Link to Sessions


See how to construct simple setups in the studio including a simple set, a small space set, a 3-sided studio, a hotel room look.

Its not just about building the set, you see Mark shooting in the studio in each setup.

Link to Studio


See how Mark uses the natural window light to create simple but dynamic boudoir portraits. He also covers how to manipulate the light with reflectors and studio flats.


Link to Daylight


So once you master your basics you are going to want to develop ideas and your own concepts further.

Take a look at some ideas including in a small pool in the studio, fairy lights, shooting at the Café de Paris in London, plus taking influence from past masters of boudoir.

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Implied & Nude

So how do you move from a boudoir shoot to a more implied or nude boudoir series of images, well in this section you can see films that cover the transition as well as dedicated boudoir nude.

Take a look at the nude in the box, a concept that Mark demonstrated live at a convention that launched the use of a Hilite in a totally different way!


Link to Implied & Nude

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