"How can I become?" Is one of the first questions I get asked during photo shoots. It is quite obvious why it occurs. A girl who is not a professional fashion model may not know how best to pose for her. There is no problem with that. First, when you work with experienced photographer, You will always be shown and told how to become better, and how you will most advantageously look in the photos. And secondly, there is this article, which will show the most winning and popular poses for photo shoots, both in the studio and in nature.
Poses for photo shoots in nature
When thinking about a pose for photography, it should be borne in mind that the best angle for each person is individual. It depends on the characteristics of the figure, facial features and, of course, the outfit on the day of shooting. Below are the most versatile poses to suit everyone.
It is also worth adding that each pose carries a certain meaning and plays a key role in creating the image. Below are more daring poses that emphasize the figure and sexuality.
Video with examples of poses for photo shoots in nature
Poses for photo shoots in the studio
Speaking of posing in the studio, it should be noted that it is not always significantly different from working on the street. It all depends on the studio and the chosen look. Often in the studio there is work with a seated model. Therefore, below are examples of several successful poses in this position.
And a few more interesting poses for studio shooting. However, they can be realized in nature - say, in the summer on a picturesque lawn.
It is worth remembering that thanks to a well-chosen pose and angle, you can hide almost any flaws and leave only one model's advantages in the photo. This is, among other things, the skill of the photographer.
Video with examples of poses for photo shoots in the studio
More useful articles:
- How to pose in the studio: poses for photo shoots
- Poses for photo shoots in nature
- How to keep your hands on a photo shoot?
The article uses illustrations from the book by D. Korablev "A self-instruction manual for models and photographers"