How to get the perfect pose

April 2014
Digital SLR Photography;Apr2014, Issue 89, p72
The article offers advice for putting subjects at ease to be able to get the perfect pose. Topics discussed include getting a subject to relax from the beginning, building rapport and interacting with the subject, and creating a calm, soothing environment. It mentions the importance of body language and facial expression, and the things to do and not to do when making any type of portrait shoot.


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