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Professional Posing Techniques for Wedding and Portrait Photographersby Norman Phillips
Synopses & Reviews
Combining two disciplines—posing and wedding portraiture—this professional resource helps photographers create flattering poses to build the best possible portraits and highest possible sales. Photographers are taught how to position the head, shoulders, torso, arms, hands, legs, and feet to correct figure flaws, make a client feel relaxed, and evoke a dynamic image that tells a story or defines a relationship. The challenges of shooting on location are addressed with tips for adjusting poses in any situation. A discussion of body language and how small adjustments can change an entire mood provides photographers with the ability to help their clients convey a variety of desired messages, whether elegant, sexy, or playful. Standing, seated, and floor poses are covered along with specific techniques for photographing brides, grooms, and wedding parties.
About the Author
Norman Phillips is a professional photographer and the author of Lighting Techniques for High Key Portrait Photography, Lighting Techniques for Low Key Portrait Photography, and Wedding and Portrait Photographers' Legal Handbook. He is a four-time recipient of the Chicagoland Professional Photographers Association Sweepstakes Award. He lives in Highland Park, Illinois.
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