Lots of articles talk about how to create lighting for photos of people.
But an area devoid of information that can kill your efforts if you’re unsure what to do is posing.
No matter how beautiful the light is, an awkward pose creates an embarrassing picture.
Photzy author Rhiannon D’Averc is a professional fashion photographer, but she is also the Editor-in-Chief for a fashion magazine.
Rhiannon knows all about posing people, and she is going to share a few of her favorite model poses and why they work.
Here is what she will cover:
- The Straight and Simple
- The Look-Up Trick
- The Crooked Arm
- The Slimming Hand on Waist
- The Side Turn
With these tips under your belt, you will have a solid start in your journey to becoming an expert photographer of people.
Photo Credit: Rhiannon D’Averc
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