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Dynamic Posing Guide - Modern Techniques For Digital Photographers
Rating:4 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 5
Author:Craig Stidham and Jeanne Harris
Publisher:Wiley
ISBN:978-1-118-29051-4
RRP:23.99
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Dynamic Posing Guide provides modern techniques for digital photographers in the art of posing your subjects.

The book starts with information on how to break down the human figure, enabling you to better understand how the rules of posing work. The book goes into great detail on how the stance and angle you put on your subject can make a huge difference, with plenty of images showing you both the correct and incorrect poses, so you can see the improvement.

Next, the book moves on to the rules of posing, looking at how you can make women appear thinner, capture the correct mood of the clothing, and stay fresh with your posing. Included is a breakdown of the photoshoot, which talks you through how the shoot goes from the point of view of the author, which gives you an idea of how the shoot will work in the real world.

Next there are informative and detailed chapters on seated posing and posing on the ground, giving you all you need to know about every kind of pose. The rest of the book looks at more of the equipment side, giving information on shooting angles, camera equipment and the necessities for any portrait photographer.

Lastly the book has chapters on breaking the rules of posing to get your own unique style and putting your poses to work in shoots.

This book includes detailed information on what equipment was used for images and more importantly how it was used, to help you get the most out of shooting portrait work. It is great if you're new to portrait photography or are looking to improve yours, and is very visual to help you understand the terminology.

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