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Boudoir Poses PDF

boudoir poses pdf

In this boudoir poses pdf I’ll show you how to precisely direct the nude female form in a way that tastefully flatters her body type and creates authentic emotion.

This guide is intended for beginner and intermediate photographers and will teach you how to balance the proportions of any woman to make her look her best.

By first teaching you the fundamentals of posing, these principals will help you progress to a point where you can confidently improvise poses to accentuate the curves and hourglass shilloutte of any woman.

Rather than generic posing cards, this guide is instead designed to show you the fundamentals of what will flatter the body type of the person in front of your camera.

As a professional boudoir photographer, this is the posing guide I wish I had when I first started photographing women. Learning this one skill will enhance your boudoir photography perhaps more than anything else. Once you master posing women, you will be able to create world class boudoir photos with just your camera and nothing else. 

What You'll Learn

What You'll Learn

Having the ability confidently direct any woman towards poses that enhance her natural curves is a superpower for boudoir photographers. That said, most newbie photographers struggle with posing women because they can’t concisely define what makes a good boudoir photo. Giving you this knowledge is the key to capturing better boudoir photos. In this guide you’ll learn:

  • What makes a good boudoir photo
  • The fundamentals of balancing her proportions
  • The basic rules of posing her 8 major movement points
  • How to direct alluring expressions
  • Precise posing cues (do’s and don’ts)
  • Alternative methods of directing women
  • Advanced techniques I use to conceal her insecurities

This Boudoir Poses pdf Is For You If...

You struggle to confidently pose women to make them look alluring.

You don't know how to evoke authentic looking expressions that are both sensual and captivating.

You struggle to pose women who are self conscious about features of their body.

Understand The Fundamentals of Directing Women with this Boudoir Poses pdf

boudoir poses pdf

If you want to feel confident knowing you have the ability to precisely direct any woman towards boudoir poses that flatter her natural curves, this guide is for you! 

By mastering the ability to direct women, not only will you be able enhance her body for photos, you’ll also have the ability to gain her trust even if she’s self conscious about areas of her body.

This 41 page boudoir poses guide is intended for both beginner and  intermediate boudoir photographers and will teach you how to balance the proportions of any woman. By first understanding the fundamentals of posing, this guide won’t just give you a bunch of poses to copy, instead it will teach you the principals of how to enhance each individual most.

If you’re ready to take your boudoir photography to the next level, come learn my best posing techniques I’ve discovered after thousands of hours experience photographing hundreds of women.

This 41 page boudoir pose guide includes:

  • What makes a good boudoir photo
  • Balancing her proportions
  • Posing ankles
  • Posing knees
  • Posing hips
  • Posing waist
  • Posing wrists
  • Posing elbows
  • Posing shoulders
  • Posing head
  • Posing cheat sheet
  • Directing alluring expressions
  • Using Precise langue
  • Mirroring > Words
  • Strict posing vs flow posing
  • Posing Legs & Feet
  • Enhancing her hip line
  • Make her hip as big as possible
  • Kick her hip to the side
  • Highlight her booty
  • Show off her backside
  • Cellulite slight of hand
  • Amplify her bust
  • Poses that give her maximum cleavage
  • Poses that make her breasts perkier
  • Slimming her waistline
  • Soften her tummy
  • Shape up her arms
  • Flattering arm placements
  • The 7 rules of posing hands

Jason Guy

I am a portrait photographer based out of Sonoma, California. I create portraits for people of all ages with the goal of making images that are timeless. Portraits you will look back on decades from now, and still love them just as much then as you do today. While flattering lighting and pose are important, capturing how others see you is what I ultimately strive for.

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