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07.31.2015

Boudoir Photography Session 3: Posing Flow

Jen Rozenbaum

In the third episode, Sigma Pro Jen Rozenbaum offers advice on creating poses that transition seamlessly without wasting time and shooting […]

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07.02.2015

Boudoir Photography Session 2: How to Pose in Small Spaces

© 2015 Jen Rozenbaum

In the second episode, Sigma Pro Jen Rozenbaum provides great advice on how to pose in small spaces with the 50mm F1.4 […]

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05.26.2015

Boudoir Photography Session 1: How to Take a Good Bed Posing Photo

© 2015 Jen Rozenbaum

In the first episode, Sigma Pro Jen Rozenbaum provides great advice on how to take a good bed posing photo with […]

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01.13.2015

The Four Crucial Shots for Boudoir Photography

© 2014 Jen Rozenbaum | Lens: 50mm F1.4 DG HSM | Art | Shutter speed: 1/40 sec | Aperture: F2.8 | ISO: 200

Over and over again I am asked how to get boudoir images that are a guaranteed sell. For me, it’s […]

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12.23.2014

How to Recognize Good Posing

Posing is hard. It’s even harder to pose a boudoir client since she is usually not wearing much. No clothes, no where to hide! So how do you know a good pose when you see it? Let me show you some examples.

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11.13.2014

Shooting in Small Spaces

© 2014 Jennifer Rozenbaum

Whether you are shooting boudoir photography in a big city, or a small town, you must know how to make the most of shooting in small spaces. Whether it’s a studio, hotel room, or a clients home, being creative in a small space can sometimes be a challenge.

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09.30.2014

Sigma Pros talk favorite lenses at Creative Live

CreativeLive

Sigma Pros Jen Rozenbaum and Lindsay Adler talk about their current favorite Sigma lenses for fashion, boudoir, and portraiture work.

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04.21.2014

How to utilize 5 lenses for a boudoir shoot

The area around the bed is very tight in my studio so I almost always use the 50mm. It allows me to get full body shots and close up shots with ease.  © 2014 Jen Rozenbaum | Lens: 50mm | Aperture: F3.5 | Shutter speed: 1/125 sec

There is one question that is asked of me most often when I am teaching photography. That question is “Which lens is your favorite”? That’s such a terribly difficult question for me to answer. Lenses are like children, I love them all and hate to play favorites.

All kidding aside, I carry 5 lenses with me everywhere I go. Sigma’s 35mm F1.4, 50mm F1.4, 85mm F1.4, 24-70mm F2.8 and the 70-200mm F2.8. Most of my boudoir shoots are done in studio. My studio is very small (about 10’x10’) so I most often shoot with my 50mm due to size constraints. What if I want to take my client out to the rooftop though? (I’m bringing out the 70-200mm for that!) or into the vestibule (only the 24-70mm will do there). I would be unprepared without the other lenses.

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02.03.2014

What is WPPI?

Photographers, can you feel that excitement in the air? Do you see all the posts about it on social media? That’s right… WPPI is around the corner!!!

So what IS WPPI you ask? Here’s how it is described on their website:

About the Show

WPPI Conference+Expo is the premier industry event for photographers and filmmakers specializing in the creative and business aspects of wedding and portrait photography and filmmaking. Each year, nearly 13,000 professional and aspiring photographers and filmmakers attend WPPI to learn new techniques from industry leaders, build new relationships to grow their business, experience new products and solutions from major manufacturers to improve their productivity, and enjoy the many attractions in Las Vegas. WPPI is a week-long event combining educational seminars with a major industry trade show and networking events, all designed around learning the latest techniques, building new relationships and growing a business in a friendly, fun environment – all at one time, in one place.

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12.27.2013

Meet Sigma Pro, Jennifer Rozenbaum…Boudoir Photographer

© 2013 Jennifer Rozenbaum

Contrary to what many might believe, I haven’t been a photographer for all that long. It’s only been 5 years […]

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