Although the height of pin up photography peaked in the 1930’s and 40’s, there is a new resurgence in this highly stylized type of photography. You can achieve the iconic photo styling of these famous images with a variety of fun backgrounds and lighting techniques.
Since I shoot primarily in a studio setting, I'm not really equipped to take on a typical boudoir shoot. When I booked my first boudoir client, I told her that and she was totally okay with it and told me she did not want a typical boudoir shoot, but something to make her feel confident and special. Here are a few tips to shooting boudoir & lingerie in a studio instead of a home or hotel room!
Bright, bold colors like Deep Yellow, Tulip and Baby Blue lend themselves well to specific niches like pin up photography! The energy put off by a vibrant background paired with a beautiful model and vintage get up sets the theme for a perfect pin up. This retro glam photo gallery was shot by photographer Robert Lopshire featuring Deep Yellow. See Full Gallery>>
Jacquelynn Buck captures our imagination in this pin-up photo gallery using Primary Red and Teal Seamless Paper. Classic pin-up girls create a wonderful, risqué but never explicit photo shoot. Looking to mimic the natural American sweetheart charm? Vintage hairstyles, show stopping backdrops in rich & dramatic color schemes are a great start! See Full Gallery>>