TWiP 337 – The Evolving Art of Portraiture


Hosts: Frederick Van Johnson with Lindsay Adler & Derrick Story

This week on TWiP…

  • An engaging and insight-rich discussion about the art of portraiture
  • Plus an interview with boudoir photographer Christa Meola


An Interview with Christa Meola

New York City based boudoir photographer Christa Meola talks about her new book, her beginnings as a photographer, and her path to success! To check out Christa's work, please visit her website at Also, be sure to link to her new book The Art of Boudoir Photography.

Some of Christa's work:

The Art of Boudoir Photography

Use the code “CHRISTAMEOLA” for a full 40% off!

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Intro Music by: Scott Cannizzaro

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  1. There’s a compelling portrait at the top of this essay, or blog, or whatever it is–but no credit for it or mention of it anywhere. The “comments” seemed to be such banter that I skipped through them in a hurry. Did I miss the information about that excellent commercial portrait?

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