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Whether you’re looking to enter the boudoir photography market or to take your existing boudoir photography business to the next level, acclaimed photographer and photo-educator Kay Eskridge has the information you need. In this comprehensive book, Eskridge shows you how to develop a unique boudoir division for your business, then craft a customer experience to celebrate sensuality in a fun, approachable way women love. From scene, prop, and clothing selection to flawless lighting and posing, Eskridge demonstrates techniques that make real women look great and feel empowered. Whether your client wants to look sultry, sweet, or sassy (or maybe a little bit of all three) you’ll learn how to design images that thrill!
|Publisher:||Amherst Media, Incorporated|
|Product dimensions:||7.40(w) x 9.90(h) x 0.40(d)|
About the Author
Kay Eskridge of Phoenix, Arizona has owned and operated her studio since 1985. She is a member and Past President of the Arizona Professional Photography Association, serves as the SWPPA Representative for Arizona and is a member of Eastman Kodak’s ProTeam. She is PPA Certified, Master of Photography and a Photographic Craftsman and holds numerous awards, including the Arizona Photographer of the Year, the Kodak Gallery Elite Award, the Phoenix Portrait Photographer of the Year, and the Arizona Illustrative Photographer of the Year.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This book was laid out very well making it an easy read. I like that the chapters in this book are based on the lighting setups first as it will make it easy for me to refer back to images later. Almost every setup has a full page example to go with it as well so you don't have to guess at how the lighting actually turned out. I like that she has the rating from the customer and the studio for each image. It's good to know what were favorites from clients even if they weren't a studio favorite. A nice guide for those starting in boudoir.