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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Payam Emrani

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About Payam Emrani

Payam Emrani is an experimental photographer and data artist who uses the process of photography to reveal the truth about subjects and the world at large.
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Jaime Patterson

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About Jaime Patterson

Jaime Patterson is an inclusive, body-positive, LGBTQIA-affirming photographer based out of Richmond, VA. Jaime specializes in lifestyle/family, portrait, wedding, and boudoir photography. Jaime Patterson wants to help bring your stories to life—to share who you are with the world, with your loved ones, and with the incredible human being, you see every day when you look in the mirror.
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Wouter Colen

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About Wouter Colen

Wouter Colen is a Belgium based photographer. Wouter photographs weddings, families, and street scenes. For six years now, boudoir and art nude have been part of Wouter's repertoire as a photographer.
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Maria La Sangre

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About Maria La Sangre

Maria La Sangre is a self-taught artist, lingerie designer, and photographer that transmit messages through images. Maria's imagination arises from the self-exploration and experimentation of the female body.

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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