I just discovered the best boudoir posing guide I’ve EVER seen. I’m visiting a photographer friend of mine, Tracy Somerville, while in Canada on my Avenger of Sexiness World Tour. As we were setting up my guest bed spot in the basement of her house, I looked over and saw on a chair the Boudoir Posing Guide by Honeybourne Intimates that Tracy had printed out.
Delivered as a digital download, which is perfect for loading up on an iPad, this thing is beautiful! I was mesmerized as I was looking through it. Not just photos of poses, but tips for positioning and making the shot work as well. Easy to follow instructions, there were a few poses in there that I’ve tried to do a few times and never quite got the shot I wanted; as I read the tips on the page, I knew exactly how to do it next time!
I’ve seen a lot of posing guides for boudoir photographers over the years. I’m so surprised that I’ve never heard of it before. It would be great for those moments when you’re stuck thinking of a pose to try, feeling like you’re out of ideas. Or when you just need a photo to show a client so that they understand what you want them to do, which I’ve found really helpful at times to get the right position for the photograph.
Can you tell I’m just a little bit excited?!? Matter of fact, I stopped flipping through it long enough to write this blog post. I am definitely ordering a copy of Volume I and Volume II for myself!
Have you tried these posing guides? Or is there another posing guide out there that you LOVE that you think everyone should know about? Share your feedback in the comments – I would love to hear about them!
Disclaimer: The links above are affiliate links. If you buy a copy, I’ll add to my fund to keep the Avenger of Sexiness Tour on the road longer. Yay!
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Any idea on where to get these printed out?
Hi Lindsay! Any office supply store or copy center should be able to print them for you! I keep them on my iPad; easier to show clients for me that way.