By Heather Walker, of Columbus Boudoir Photography
Heather Walker, owner and principal photographer of Columbus Boudoir Photography, is pleased to announce a unique mentoring opportunity for photographers looking to learn the technique and capture the beauty of boudoir photography.
Columbus Boudoir Photography is renowned for its gorgeous boudoir photography both in and around Columbus, Ohio and has many clients travel to her from throughout the United States. Heather has received countless requests from other photographers looking for her insight and instruction in this specialty field. In response, she has decided to offer this unique, one-on-one mentoring program, to share her love of boudoir photography and give others the opportunity to learn from her successful experience.
The Columbus Boudoir Mentoring Program is structured around a full day and tailored to a participating photographers unique needs. This ensures the most in-depth, effective learning experience possible. Heather will take personal requests for topics and customize sessions accordingly. Such topics can include camera specifics, studio equipment, boudoir lighting, posing and practice with a live model, Photoshop editing, and general post-production. Photographers with a new business can add on sessions on how to run a successful boudoir photography studio, general marketing, and ideas on building a boudoir brand.
When you mentor with me, we shoot actual women in the demographic you desire for your portfolio. Hands on, shooting with me, and by yourself, and then we also walk through an edit process as well. We can line up more than one model, our day plan is based on what you need to learn most!
An example of an 8-hour daily session is as follows:
1 hour initial meeting to review goals and get to know each other.
2 hours of basic tutorial, tailored to the photographers needs.
1 hour lunch-break and planning for an afternoon shoot (not included in 8 hrs)
2 hour live-shoot with a model
2-3 hours for post-production work or general business discussion
Fees to participate in the Columbus Boudoir Photography Mentoring Program are based on a full-days instruction:
One day 8 hrs = $1,400.00
Second consecutive day = $1200.00
Third day = $1000.00
Fourth day= $1000.00
** 50% deposit is non-refundable, could be applied to other service if you had to cancel.
** Final payment due one week prior to start of mentoring.
Bring a second photographer with you for instruction, receive a 20% discount on each day fee.
As an additional resource, Heather is offering a consultation service by phone to address any follow-up questions or concerns that may arise after the full mentoring training. I will offer one call or Skype call for one hour free with your mentoring. (Value 200.00)
Please note: These special mentoring sessions are only available photographers who are located more than 40 miles from Columbus Boudoirs principal location in Powell, Ohio. We ask that you please respect this and check your mileage prior to contacting Heather Walker and Columbus Boudoir Photography.
Hey, I am Heather Walker, the owner of Columbus Boudoir and principal photographer. I have been a professional photographer for over twenty-five years and traveled throughout the United States taking beautiful and sensual pictures of women. I am an internationally published photographer. Some of my work has been featured in FHM, Tatuajes tattoo, Maxim online, Inclusion Fashion Magazine, featured in INKS N' GIRLS Book, and many more website features including images on Maxim and Sports Illustrated website. When it was time to pick a college I debated may photography schools and decided on Ohio Institute of Photography and graduated in 1993 with a commercial photography degree. Since then I have been pursuing a career with photography am so fortunate to get to do my hobby as my career!
Yes that is me over there, a self portrait!! I find it so fun to do self portraits and show other women you can do boudoir at any size!!
We used it before the hipsters did.
Infinite battery life, no loading time, no data fees.
Wouldn't it be awesome if this stuff grew on trees?