new product: boudoir posing guide

we're bringin' sexy back... It's here!!! Design Aglow's Boudoir Posing Guide, a unique collection of 56 inspirational posing ideas for boudoir sessions, features the imagery of some of the industry's most fabulous boudoir photographers, including Marilyn Sanchez of Pin Me Up Photography, Ellen Hong, Jennifer Skog, Amber Holritz, and (of course!) the Boudoir Divas. More than just posing ideas, these high-quality cards are full of other extras, including wardrobe ideas, recommended props and locations. As usual, our stunning design makes each card a tiny work of art. White hot special bonus: Five page contact sheet pdf to print on your studio computer containing only images, to help plan sessions with your clients. See all the info right here.


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