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How to prepare for a boudoir photo shoot

Posted by on Apr 26, 2012 in Articles, Beautiful women, Beauty tips, Boudoir photography, Boudoir photos, Creative boudoir pictures, leg shots, Lingerie photos, Luxury Lifestyle, NYC boudoir pictures, Photography, Portraits of People, Sexy boudoir photos, Tips, Too sexy |

How to prepare for a boudoir photo shoot

I get asked this question all the time, “How should I get ready for my photo shoot?” To answer all your photo prep questions, I’ve started compiling a list. Please note that you have to observe many of these tips days in advance. Get ready to have the time of your life! Want to see other women’s boudoir photos? Apply lip balm regularly for at least three days before your shoot so your lips are smooth, moist and full. Avoid heavy carbohydrates (sandwiches, breakfast...

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Naked Truth: Staring down swimsuit anxiety by Susan Josephs

Posted by on Aug 2, 2011 in Articles, Guest Contribution |

I found this article on Jewish Woman and thought it was a relevant read for us here. By the time she was a teenager, Stacey Nye couldn’t wear a bathing suit without observing a set of self-imposed rules. “I never put my legs flat on a lawn chair because my thighs would spread,” she recalls. “When I would stand up, I always put a towel around my waist.” For Sharon Goldman, summer used to be the worst time of year. While many of her friends wore bikinis, she would sit on the beach “in...

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How to Choose a Photographer

Posted by on Jul 8, 2011 in Articles |

Let’s get started… Whether you get a photographer’s name through a referral or a web search, this will help determine whether or not the photographer is right for you. Obviously you’ll only consider working with someone whose work you like, so here’s what happens AFTER you find some juicy options. Photography shoppers generally fall into two distinct categories: 1) Price, or 2) Something Else It’s clear what it means to be a Price Shopper. It means you are...

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Is film better than digital?

Posted by on Aug 27, 2008 in Articles, Black and White, Fine art photography, Luxury Lifestyle, New York City, Photography, Tips |

I chose to switch from film to digital for two reasons, a) because I saw that the technology gave photographers the ability to produce an image with the personality and characteristics of film, and b) the physical prints are now rated to last just as long. Some photographers say that people switch to digital to save money. This couldn’t be farther from reality. And the photographers who say this are either a) afraid of new technology, or b) unable to afford the enormous costs. The very...

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