Posing Tips

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    I've been doing candids at weddings with my wife doing the main photography for a while now. I'm looking to take more of an active part in our studio, so I figured posing is a good place to start. Do you guys have any good websites or tips on posing?


     
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    just go to flickr and search "group shots" or "portrait" and you'll find HUNDREDS even thousands of photos.. when i'm looking for new poses, thats what I do.. and it gives me some great ideas.
     
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    Rules of Good Portraiture
    Posing the Family of Four
    and other threads by Benji.

    The quickest way to discover online resources is using a search engine.
     
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    ^^Excellent resources. One other thing. Most women, no matter their age or weight have a some what double chin. The way to fix that is to have them stick their chin out like a chicken and then tilt their chin down. Helps their necks looks longer and slimmer and every woman will thank you when they see the photographs.
     

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