One of the most popular questions is: "what are your camera settings?" If you are a boudoir photographer looking for the optimal settings for taking photos, you will find a few recommended settings in this video.
In this video, photographer Michael Sasser shares three different camera settings that he prefers and goes into detail covering the different scenarios in which he would use them. He does go through each scenario during this video while showing why he chooses the different settings. Depending on your camera setup, you might not feel comfortable matching his settings exactly, more specifically his ISO settings. In this video, Sasser is using the Sony a9 mirrorless camera and the Sony Planar T*FE 50mm f/1.4 lens.
Most newer cameras excel when shooting in higher ISO settings, but if you are using an older camera system, you might want to differ your settings just a bit. If you trust yourself to still be able to nail the shots and not get too much camera shake or blurring, you can drop the shutter speed down a bit without having to bump the ISO as much.
In either case, these are Sasser's preferred camera settings, which can be a great starting point for you. What settings do you typically use for shooting boudoir photography?