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Boudoir Photography - I would love a pair of pins like these!

By mikaelamorgan      
This lady had a boudoir photo shoot as a wedding gift for her husband to be. Having had kids she was very conscious of her tummy area and wanted that hidden.

She had great legs so I decided to show those off whilst minimising her tummy with the use of the shadow from her leg and darkened it down even more.

I turned her head away as the light on her face was unflattering in this lighting set up if she looked directly into camera from this angle. I smoothed her neck and chin just very slightly with liquify tool in photoshop. This was one of her faourite pics.

Hope you like it Smile

Tags: Black and white Portraits and people Flash and lighting Nude and glamour

Voters: Jaydee007, johnlw, diphoto and 20 more


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johnlw 9 1 10 United Kingdom
11 Jul 2013 1:30PM
I'm not surprised its one of her favorit shots it's outstanding and you don't even notice her tummy.SmileRealy well composed great light and you've made the youn lady look great even with a slight help from the processing.SmileSmileSmile
Regards John.

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11 Jul 2013 1:38PM
Thank you for your lovely feedback John Smile
blakeyguin 9 2 10 United Kingdom
11 Jul 2013 2:12PM
fan-frikin-tastic Wink great light, pose ,comp well I could go on. I would think her husband was more than happy
Stephen
11 Jul 2013 4:22PM
Great shot.
G3 14 13 2 United States
11 Jul 2013 10:15PM
You have done this lady proud... Lighting and pose have accomplished all you set out to do. With the magic of your lens and skill in using it you have created happiness
12 Jul 2013 7:10AM
Great shot & thanks for sharing the 'explanation' & tweaks!
Cheers Steve

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