Stop trying to be the best!

behind the camera

Stop trying to be the best! Work on being different & creating your distint style.
I believe in an aboundent universe. There is more than enough money and work to go around.
We are NOT one another’s competition we are one another’s support team and fellow comrades. We can do this together!

~Love, Scarlett

“There are no secrets to sucess. it is the result if preparation, hard work and learning from failure.” -Colin Powel

Nude Beauty in the Guestroom

        F/5,6 1/15 Sec. ISO 640    (Sun light)       F/4 1/125 Sec. ISO 1000   (ProXistar Softbox 5400K)   F/5,6 1/20 Sec. ISO 640 (ProXistar Softbox 5400K)     F/4,5  1/125 Sec. ISO 1250  (ProXistar Softbox 5400K)          F/4  1/125 Sec. ISO 1250  (ProXistar Softbox 5400K) F/5,6  1/25 Sec. ISO 640  (ProXistar Softbox 5400K) F/5,6  1/15 Sec. ISO 640  (ProXistar Softbox 5400K)  

Finding inspiration in the small stuff..

I am wracking my brain trying to think of topics for upcoming BPU blog posts. Maybe that’s a good beginning to a post?? Finding inspiration! You know, the little tidbits of inspiration that turns into a new shoot pose, layout or concept. Finding inspiration in the small stuff… People think the real work is the … Continue reading

Raw Vs. Jpeg?

Raw VS. Jpeg? There is an ongoing debate with armature and even a few pro photographers over the raw vs. jpegs question. Let me put the record straight here and now. Raw is BY FAR hands down the better option. Some will say “yes but… what if you don’t need so much image data”? Or … Continue reading

Stand in the pouring rain. Get drenched.

I came across an awesome list today that I’d like to share with all of you Something for every week! Improving your creativity and changing how closely you look at the world will inevitably improve your boudoir shoots. (You can find the original here: http://www.flickr.com/groups/projectsoulpancake) Creative improving Challenges: 1. Closely admire your fingerprints. ✓ 2. … Continue reading

Make-up and Boudoir

Know all aspects of your business! Especially the Make-up. There are a few simple reasons why all boudoir photographers should know how to do make-up. The one that probably comes to mind first is the cost. While it is true that having an in studio make up artist can run you a little fortune I do … Continue reading

Loving Your Boudoir Business

Behind every great photo is a boudoir business. Big or small it’s there and it’s yours! Maybe it’s a room in your home, maybe it’s a converted industrial warehouse or a commercial property like the Boudoir Divas. (www.theboudoirdivas.com) Perhaps its a historical mill like Miss Boudoir (www.missboudoir.com) or a converted church like FYEO Portraits. (www.fyeoportraits.com) Or maybe like … Continue reading

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