Catatonic wrote: Can anyone lend me some new tips on posing? Sites I can check out ect? With my next shoot I'm trying to convey strength and facing adversity. Cerebral Palsy awareness.
I appreciate the advice!
i saw a good posing book, with hundreds of poses at barnes and noble once, a good book if your needing posing examples
Always think about the shapes you're creating in regards to the camera as a flat surface.
Look for images that give you the same feeling you want to portray and analyze why they're giving you that feeling.
Think about what kind of person is in the position you're posing in, and embody that. If I'm all pretzeled up ridiculous I might be forlorn and therefore in that pose, or anguished and therefore in that pose, or maybe I'm peaceful and therefore in that pose. Whatever works best and is reasonable for what is probably an unreasonable way to sit/stand.