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Boudoir in the moment, bold, edgy, sexy

Boudoir in the moment, bold, edgy, sexy
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Behind The Lens

Location
This photo was taken in our studio location in Buffalo, NY, on one of our most simple, yet most popular sets called Pure Sexy.
Time
This photo was taken during a client session in our studio, during the day, however the lighting is constant light. She was doing the session as a wedding gift for her soon to be husband.
Lighting
This style of lighting is one of my favs. I love to create shape, dimension, shadows and interest with light. This photo is a one light setup, using an Impact Qualite 300 with barn doors to shape the light. The light is placed slightly to the front/right of the client.
Equipment
This photo was shot with at NIKON D610 at Aperture: f/2.8, ISO: 1000, Shutter Speed: 1/500, using a Nikon 24-70 2.8
Inspiration
As I mentioned this client was doing her session as a wedding gift to her soon to be hubby. I showed my client the type of mood we were going for and just instructed her to close her eyes, feel her breath, and just be in the moment.
Editing
I shoot everything in raw, so in Lightroom I turned the photo to black and white, did a small tweek with exposure, contrast, and a tiny bit of sharpening, that's it, no photoshop on this beauty.
In my camera bag
This is a good question, it really depends on what I am shooting, but for boudoir I have a Nikon D610, a Nikon D7000 as a backup, my Nikon 24-70 2.8, Nikon 70-200 2.8, and my Tamron 35 1.8.
Feedback
Show your clients what to do, talk them through it and just allow them to be in the moment, it may take a few giggles to work through, but keep trying. Let them just feel their breath, in face breathe with them, coach them the whole way. Since this lighting is a harder edge light, check your shadows make sure they are flatering.

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