A course that teaches students how to shoot boudoir in the United States, which has become a hot destination for photographers and glamourous fashion photographers, is opening this fall at the American Academy of Prog Photo and Dyeing.
The course, titled Boudou and Photography, will be offered as part of the Academy’s new Prog Photography in the Arts (PGAIA) program.
The program was created in 2015 to provide training to young aspiring photographers and fashion photographers.
The first class, which will begin on Sept. 16, is titled “Boudoir and Photography in Modern Photography: Photography Styles, Photography Techniques and Photography Style.”
“We are excited to offer this program to the budding and aspiring boudou,” said Kristin M. Anderson, a founding instructor of the course.
“Our students have an incredible passion for the art of photography and their craft.
We believe that this course will help them expand their photographic skills and enhance their careers as professionals.”
In addition to the course’s focus on the art and science of photography, the course is also focused on photography styles, photography techniques and photography style.
The Academy is offering a full $250 for the course, with a minimum of six weeks of instruction.
Boudoux and photography are not limited to one course.
Anderson said that the course will be available online.
“The first class will be online and the course curriculum will be open for all students,” Anderson said.
Anderson is also offering the course as part the Academy Photographic Arts Initiative.
“It’s a wonderful opportunity to showcase and educate our students on the creative process that is the core of the art,” she said.
“These students are passionate about the craft of photography.”
The program has been on the Academy curriculum since January 2015.
Anderson told the Los Angeles Times that the Academy has not had a full-time professional photographer for many years, but that the current crop of boudounas are more in demand than ever.
The school said the students will learn about the artistry of boutiques, and the history of the style.
For many of the students, Anderson said, they are learning about a whole new side of photography.
“There are many aspects of photography that we have not even known about,” she told the Times.
“Some of them we have never even seen before, but we are learning.”