There are many reasons why a woman or couple might wish to have erotic photos taken. Among the top three are:
Of course there are many reasons why you might not want racy photos and there isn't much a photographer can do about most them. But if you are nervous about going to a photo studio and posing for naughty photos outside your normal, comfortable environment, well there's a way around that. What you need is a photographer who makes house calls!
When I do a private shoot in someone's home or hotel room, I usually try to do it during daylight hours so that I can make use of the soft daylight that comes in through the windows. Exploring the available light is great fun for my inner photography geek.
If daylight is not available, I bring two studio strobes with reflective umbrellas that allow me to control the lighting quite nicely. Some clients request dramatic, high contrast light, like the example below which used a single studio light with only the basic reflector, no umbrella to soften the light.
You may notice that there isn't much obvious photoshopping in my images. There may be some, but my philosophy is that you should not be able to tell. I may actually do quite a bit of editing in some cases, but I really dislike the "plastic skin" look that you see in so many fashion photos and men's magazines.
I'm not going to include any really graphic images in this blog post, since I prefer to keep those in a password protected gallery that is only available to prospective clients. Just let me say that graphic photos are no problem. With Beyond Boudoir Photo, your imagination is the only limit!
If you would like to see more of my house call images, please click this link to go to a gallery I put together just for this topic.
As always, thanks to my friends and various models who have agreed to pose for me and allow me to share their sexy images with you.
A sex-positive photographer serving your private photography needs.
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