500 Poses for Photographing Brides: A Visual Sourcebook for by Michelle Perkins

By Michelle Perkins

Containing numerous modern photographs via prime photographers, this necessary handbook referring to marriage ceremony snap shots explains posing basics in addition to easy methods to create a flattering, feature-specific photograph—one that specializes in the top, shoulders, fingers, legs, or torso—in varied degrees of close-ups, from head-shots to full-lengths. Since posing is the second one so much tough element of images and with the additional issues of a wedding—from the bride's own sort to her determine and gown—it should be really easy for a photographer to make a mistaken flip. This perceptive reference presents the suitable position to show while wanting fast posing techniques and clean principles.

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PLATE 135. PHOTOGRAPH BY MARCUS BELL. PLATE 137. PHOTOGRAPH BY REGETI’S PHOTOGRAPHY. PLATE 136. PHOTOGRAPH BY MARCUS BELL. PLATE 138. PHOTOGRAPH BY REGETI’S PHOTOGRAPHY. PLATE 139. PHOTOGRAPH BY CHERIE STEINBERG COTE. PLATE 142. PHOTOGRAPH BY JEFFREY AND JULIA WOODS. PLATE 140. PHOTOGRAPH BY JEFFREY AND JULIA WOODS. PLATE 141. PHOTOGRAPH BY DAWN SHIELDS. PLATE 143. PHOTOGRAPH BY JEFFREY AND JULIA WOODS. PLATE 144. PHOTOGRAPH BY DAVE AND QUIN CHEUNG. PLATE 147. PHOTOGRAPH BY REGETI’S PHOTOGRAPHY.

PLATE 257. PHOTOGRAPH BY REGETI’S PHOTOGRAPHY. PLATE 258. PHOTOGRAPH BY JEFF AND KATHLEEN HAWKINS. PLATE 259. PHOTOGRAPH BY DAMON TUCCI. PLATE 262. PHOTOGRAPH BY DAMON TUCCI. PLATE 260. PHOTOGRAPH BY REGETI’S PHOTOGRAPHY. PLATE 261. PHOTOGRAPH BY JEFFREY AND JULIA WOODS. PLATE 263. PHOTOGRAPH BY MARK CHEN. PLATE 264. PHOTOGRAPH BY TRACY DORR. PLATE 267. PHOTOGRAPH BY KEVIN JAIRAJ. PLATE 265. PHOTOGRAPH BY TRACY DORR. PLATE 266. PHOTOGRAPH BY DAWN SHIELDS. PLATE 268. PHOTOGRAPH BY JEFF AND KATHLEEN HAWKINS.

PLATE 234. PHOTOGRAPH BY JEFF AND KATHLEEN HAWKINS. PLATE 235. PHOTOGRAPH BY MARK CHEN. PLATE 236. PHOTOGRAPH BY RICK AND DEBORAH FERRO. “The bouquet is a special part of the bride’s attire and an important prop for your photography. Treat it with care. You may wish to shoot it in different areas—in the bride’s hands, cradled in her arms, sitting on a nearby ledge, etc. ”13—Rick Ferro PLATE 237. PHOTOGRAPH BY RICCIS VALLADARES. PLATE 240. PHOTOGRAPH BY JEFFREY AND JULIA WOODS. PLATE 238. PHOTOGRAPH BY RICCIS VALLADARES.

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