Photography Posing Secrets – The Photographers Essential Guide
Posing Secrets – Vol. 1 is ‘must’ reading for anyone interested in all types of photographing the Human Form. With its ‘in-depth’ description and its illustrated way of how to pose a model, this book excels.
No matter how many years experience you have of posing models, this book will help you to find new ways.
Hi, I’m Malcolm Boone and in the next few minutes I’m going to show you how Posing Secrets – The Photographer’s Essential Guide Vol. 1 is going to improve your ability to produce and communicate posing ideas that will lift your portraiture to a higher standard.
Let’s be honest. One of the hardest pictures to take is one where you have to pose the human body. Coming up with ideas to fit the location or mood can be difficult. How do you avoid your subject looking awkward? Getting your idea across to the model is also a challenge. You can try to avoid the effort and frustration by using posing cards, but they limit you to how many cards you have that might fit your requirements. Many books that are supposed to advise you on posing waste your time with details on depth of field, average photographs with trite captions, and what should be in the model’s tote bag.
Posing Secrets – The Photographer’s Essential Guide Vol.1 is a newly released practical resource for creative posing that will quickly show you clear and comprehensive practical steps to produce and communicate a pose for any situation.
This book is for you if you photograph people and is invaluable whether you use digital or film photography. No matter what angle you wish to photograph your model from you can apply these techniques to head shots, ¾ shots and full length shots. Whether you want models still or apparently in motion, seated or standing, this resource will suggest every pose any photographer would need.
It contains a surprisingly sure fire system that leads to unlimited possible poses. Starting from scratch the step-by-step instructions show you the tricks to producing camera-friendly poses that successfully translate the three-dimensional body to a two-dimensional medium.
Innovative illustrations concentrate on the lines of the body and its posture. The main components of posing are the body, legs, arms and head. Each is analyzed and their possibilities shown. You will discover how to develop your own poses and how to use your shoot time efficiently by following methods that easily communicate the pose that you want.
With this resource you can always produce an appropriate pose to create a visually and psychologically impressive image whatever the location, mood or camera position. You’ll be shown how to quickly raise standards and keep improving them.
Imagine being supremely proud of pictures admired by all. Portraits so good family and friends will be proud to display them. Gain confidence as you win acclaim for your talent, skill and ability. If portrait photography is your hobby imagine getting to the standard where you… Read more…