Expert maternity, boudoir & dog photographer in NYC

Posts made in October, 2008

Welcome boudoir photography to NY

Posted by on Oct 31, 2008 in Boudoir photography |

Boudoir Photos NYC I’m here! I’ve separated the boudoir photography from my family photography by building a whole new web site. It’s just about finished, so enjoy the viewing.

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Baby Photography New Work for New York

Posted by on Oct 30, 2008 in Newborn & baby photography |

I had a beautiful baby shoot today. I’m expanding out of the black background. It’s no longer enough to have the high contrast black and white on a black background; I want COLOR. And lots of it. Here’s a sample from today:

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Watch a website in progress

Posted by on Oct 28, 2008 in Tasteful nudes |

Announcing the Boudoir Photography Website Want to watch a website in progress? I’m building a new site to separate my family photography from my boudoir photos. Something about a middle-aged or young mom looking at my wholesome, happy family picutres right next to the gorgeous, sensual women (most of whom are over 40) just doesn’t sit right with me. Besides, I’ve always wanted to go all out with the boudoir pictures. I’ll have props, a room, a bed, fabrics, and...

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Baby Photography Seattle

Posted by on Oct 27, 2008 in Newborn & baby photography |

Traveling Baby Photography for Newborns and Toddlers up to One Year Old Yes, it’s true! We’re taking baby photography on the road across the country. If you’re in search of a top New York baby photographer and you haven’t found one you like in Seattle, we may be your solution. Want to check out my work? Visit the newborn photography portfolio at MaternitybyKoren. It’s not too late for holiday baby photos, so don’t wait another day. Call to schedule your...

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How to take maternity pictures

Posted by on Oct 23, 2008 in Maternity Photographers, Maternity Photography, Pregnancy photography, pregnancy photography studios, pregnant photos |

How to take maternity photos in the studio Use a white or black background and either one key light or a key light and an accent light on the background. Use wraps, curtains, tablecloths, saris, sheets and any other material, sheer or opaque, to wrap your subject. Make sure the sheer fabric goes over the belly and the fabric gets bunched up around the breasts so that nothing shows through. Keep the subject well off the background to get the light fall-off. Make sure the light accenting the...

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