Planning Your Session – Props and Special Effects

By the time you get to the point of considering what if any props and special effects you want in your session, we hope you understand the terminology and have chosen your image style and decided on a location.  If not, we suggest you read up on those things first!  Choosing your wardrobe is also related, … Continue reading “Planning Your Session – Props and Special Effects”

Planning Your Session – Wardrobe and Supplies

One of the toughest choices you have to make when preparing for your session is what to wear and what to bring.  Obviously, if what you’re planning is an artistic nude shoot, your wardrobe isn’t going to require much planning, but there are still some things you will want to bring along! Sound There’s probably … Continue reading “Planning Your Session – Wardrobe and Supplies”

Planning Your Session – Location

Location, location, location!  It’s been said that location is everything, and we can’t agree more!  Fortunately, for Audacieux Photographics, we can work with generally any location you choose, from underwater to an abandoned incinerator, and pretty much anything in between. Have you picked out the style of images you want from your session yet?  If … Continue reading “Planning Your Session – Location”

Planning Your Session – Style

As you consider your session and begin to prepare for it, one of the first questions you need to answer is what “style” of images are you looking for.  At Audacieux Photographics, we generally characterize image styles into three broad categories.  These are “Low Key”, “High Key”, and “Natural”.  Each of them has a characteristic … Continue reading “Planning Your Session – Style”

About the Terminology

We’re so glad you’ve taken a moment to understand the terminology we use here on the Audacieux Photographics website.  We’ve found that some clients are intimidated and perhaps embarrassed by some of the terms they find here: nude, bodyscape, erotic, etc.  We hope, with a review of these words and what they mean, that we’ll … Continue reading “About the Terminology”