Posing for Portrait Photography

Posing for Portrait Photography

A Head-to-toe Guide : for Digital and Film Photographers

Unknown - 2004
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Photographers learn how to gauge the needs of their clients before placing them into a stale, preconceived "women's, " "men's, " or "children's" pose that hardly fits the client's personality or preferences. Provided with a two-pronged approach to fail-safe posing, photographers learn first to determine what the mood of the portrait should be and how to use an appropriate posing genre--traditional, casual, glamour, or journalistic. Photographers are then shown how that genre can be used as a basis to produce a pose that best suits the client, allowing them to create dynamic yet natural-looking po.
Publisher: Buffalo, N.Y. : Amherst Media, ©2004.
Characteristics: 1 online resource (124 pages) : color illustrations

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