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Strike a Pose!

“The whole idea of posing and the real trick of it,” Sint says, “is that you’re aiming to make people look natural.” So why not just let them stand there…naturally? “Because people can stand naturally, without any direction, and maybe they’ll look great–and maybe they’ll look not so good.” And “not so good” is not [...]

Posted on May 23, 2012 at 2:36 am by Steve Sint · Permalink · Leave a comment
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Posing the Face

An excerpt from the Steve’s book “Digital Portrait Photography: Art, Business, and Style” I firmly believe that perfect posing results in portraits that don’t look posed. The idea that a photographer’s best work should not be seen is a difficult concept for many photographers to accept because of the competitive nature of a profession where [...]