Boudoir Photography Portfolio Websites | Tips and Examples

Get inspired by these amazing boudoir photography portfolio websites and discover how you can create a stunning portfolio to showcase your boudoir photography projects.

September 28, 2021
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Boudoir Photography Tips: The Right Camera

A digital DSLR camera is the perfect camera to use for your boudoir photoshoot. These cameras are lightweight, fast, and good for shooting portraits making both of them a solid choice for boudoir. A 35mm f/2 lens and a 50mm lens are each great options – the former can adapt to low-light conditions and shoot in tight, while the latter is a good camera to shoot your subjects in a setting, rather than close up.

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