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Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On May - 7 - 2017
Model Poses for Great Photographs

Model Poses for Great Photographs

People photography is always popular, as evidenced by the millions of faces, arms, legs and muscles gracing the pages of magazines, billboards and grandma’s brag book. In todays highly competitive modeling world one of the key factors that successful models must have is a clear understanding of how to pose for the camera. Every model wants to look her best and there are easy guidelines to make your human subjects more attractive in your photographs. Understanding how to properly pose for the camera not only makes a model more professional and appealing but it makes the photographer’s job easier. Read the rest of this entry »

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