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Boudoir Fusion Photography 2018

An overview of what we offer…


Boudoir Photography on You Tube

We have started a Boudoir Photography channel on YouTube, we have taken a number of our photographs and put them into short movies, we hope that you enjoy these, you can request a video of your shoot where we will do a similar compilation with your photographs.  Noe one video will be the same, each of them will be unique and play completely differently, so you will be purchasing a one of a kind product.

We plan on making a movie of an entire boudoir photography shoot in the near future, but in the meantime we would like to invite you to like and share our YouTube channel.

Boudoir Posing Ideas, part 5

Some more posing ideas for your boudoir photography session, remember that these girls are paid a vast amount of money to look good and natural in front of the camera, your goal is to visit us and experience your shoot as an amateur and allow us to pose you correctly.

Boudoir Posing Ideas, part 4

We often look to the stars for ideas, and that is exactly what we are doing with this series of posing ideas to assist you in achieving the perfect boudoir photos in you boudoir photography session with us.  In this example Kelly Brook is posing for a calendar and acts as sexily as possible.  Notice how she caresses herself and how she pouts, this is something that you can practice at home.

Many of our boudoir photography clients are doing a shoot for their partners and videos like this will give you some great ideas as how to practice in front of the camera so you can be seductive and alluring and give them the best images possible of you.

Boudoir Posing Ideas, part 3

Posing for boudoir photography is a lot easier than you may think, take things slow, move in slow motion, run your hands up and down your body and through your hair, these are things that we will tell you to do throughout your shoot, in fact we have someone dedicated to you throughout your boudoir shoot, they will show you how to pose, assist with the sets and also assist you with your outfits and just make you look fabulous.

Boudoir Posing Ideas, part 2

Posing for boudoir photography, for many, can be quite daunting especially if you are not used to being in front of the camera, we have posted a few videos that we have found on YouTube to assist you with a few ideas, but don’t lose heart, these girls are paid a fortune to model so we have taken all of that stress away from you and will have a set designer who will show you exactly how to pose to get the best boudoir photos out of your session.

Boudoir Posing Ideas, part 1

Although you don’t have top be a perfect poser or know anything about posing for your boudoir photography shoot, some of our clients have asked for examples on how they can practice, I have found these clips on YouTube, so have a look but it is certainly not necessary to be able to pose like these pro’s do but but Boudoir Posing Ideas part 1 is a step in the right direction to assist you should you want to start practising on your own.

Some advice to new models

I came across this blog the other day, written by  Jen Brook an active professional model, this could be very useful to new and aspiring models and possibly some of our clients, Jen has some lovely ideas in it.

How do you pose, where do you place your hands, when you raise your hands are you moving your arm towards the lights throwing off the photographers light reading?  These are all topics that she covers within the post, this will help you along when working with a professional photographer.

Posing and knowing how to pose are very important skills to learn as a new photographer, it is a skill you need to learn and practise every day.  There are so many resources available to assist you learning.  We regularly post posing ideas on our Pinterest site.  You need to learn what your best features are and how they translate into a photograph.  I would highly recommend that you actually book a photographer you admire to create some decent portfolio images for you.  You may want to save up so  that you can get a variety of images with different looks, outfits and sets.

5 ways to improve your chances of getting hired as a model:

  1. Learn a variety of poses you can effortlessly  move into.
  2. Learn a number of facial expressions, happy, sad, sensual, surprised etc.
  3. Learn how to do your own makeup and only purchase makeup products that shoot well photographically.
  4. Start adding to your modelling wardrobe and have a suitcase full of items you can use, also pack an iron so that your clothing always looks sleek.
  5. Know what a key light is and learn how to model to the key light.

For our boudoir photography clients, you can read through this but you don’t have to get it perfect, you not being paid to do a shoot so we will take that stress away from you and show you exactly what to do.

Some advice to new models

A unique Christmas Gift

A unique Christmas Gift

Not long to go now and it is once again Christmas time, give your partner a unique Christmas gift!  We may have posted this a little too soon, but if you are going to choose a boudoir photography session for you partner you will need to book soon so that we can take the images and have any books or prints ready in time for Christmas.  Send us an email and we can schedule your dates for the shoot.

If you are stuck for a gift why not think of giving your partner a coffee table booklet with you as the main feature, you can make is as conservative or risque as you desire.  Imagine their surprise when you give a gift that is so thoughtful and loving. This is the perfect gift for the partner that has everything, or if you really do not know what to buy them for Christmas then here is a gift they are going to love.  It will give you an excuse to dress up, have a complete makeover and be a star for the morning or the whole day, you get to choose.

Many Boudoir Photography clients are not too sure exactly what they want, we insist on having a pre-meeting with all of our clients, although 95% of them are face to face we can do these telephonic or through social media, here we can give you ideas or you can simply just leave it to us.  In the video below are a few ideas for you, you don’t just need Christmas as an excuse to give a boudoir photo present, we can make a sensual video for you too, lets just find the write music and then we will add the images from your shoot into a one of a kind movie for your partner.

Facial Expressions for Boudoir Photography

Facial Expressions for Boudoir Photography

When you book a boudoir photography or any other intimate shoot with us we try to capture a number of different emotions from laughter to thinking about your partner, there are so many different Facial Expressions for Boudoir Photography.

Many of our clients are really concerned about posing and facial expressions that will be used during their boudoir shoot, I am briefly going to chat about facial expressions.

Yes, you can practice looking happy, sad, sensual, contemplative and a whole lot of other looks in front of the mirror, but you don’t have to, we will assist you throughout your boudoir session. If we are not asking you to look a certain way, you are probably doing exactly what we want. If we really want you to laugh, trust us we will make you laugh! There are not that many clients that have not said that the shoot was exhilarating and fun and they knew exactly what to do all the time as they were being directed.

Here is a brief example of some of the looks that we might ask you to achieve:

Alluring: Here you need to create a look to get your partner to desire you.
Blissful: Here you need to show a state of happiness or contentment.
Dreamy: You will look like you are distracted by daydreaming or fantasising.

Once you are ready to start your set, think of the following:

Posture and Angles: Remember to keep your shoulders back and sit tall, elongating your neck and tilt your chin, just a bit. If you are standing up put your weight on your back leg and always turn slightly.
Eyes: We will get you to look serious, smile and even laugh, in most cases keep your tongue behind your teeth, unless you are pulling it out, but wait this section is about your eyes. Keeping your eyes on the camera the whole time can be difficult so look away or close your eyes and then bring them back to the camera, always look slightly above the lens, try to read the brand of the camera above the lens. Always look at where the light source is, (it could be coming through the window or it will be where the flash is coming from), then keep your eyes towards the light source as that sparkle in your eyes is what makes a good picture.