Post # 1
I’m so happy with how these turned out that I want to post a few of the not so scandy ones. I pulled open the drapes of my room and hung a white sheet over the window so it let light in but no one could see in. I had the overhead light and two lamps on so I think it ended up pretty well lit. My camera had a self timer setting that waited 10 seconds to go off and then took 3 pictures 2 seconds apart. It made it pretty easy to take pictures. I ordered a book from Kodak, and I hope it turns out well. It seemed to be the cheapest of the online book options.
Post # 3
Oh, I had others but its not working now. Hmm…
Post # 4
Nice! I never thought of using my self timer on my camera to do them…I was thinking of asking a close friend, but that’d make me a lot less self consious to do it that way. Thanks for the idea!
Post # 5
@mrsawesome09: Yeah I don’t think I could make a sexy face in front of anyone! One thing I did that was really helpful was I put a mirror behind the table I had the camera on. So that way I could see what I was doing when the camera went off.
Post # 6
@jedeve: This is a very good idea!
Post # 7
Sexy picture!! I like your mirror idea a LOT! I’ve attempted some DIY boudoir pics, and I just got some new sexy stuff so I really want to try to do something like that before the wedding!
I’ve heard that some online photo companies won’t print boudoir pics, but I’m assuming that’s not the case with Kodak? I’ve looked into it a little bit and some companies will print “tasteful” pictures…. but what if they’re a little more on the risque side? I’d be interested in hearing more about Kodak’s policies and if you like the book when you get it!
Post # 8
I love the first picture. Can’t wait to see more. Fantastic idea for IDY. 🙂