Five Day Posing Challenge

sandra coan five day posing challenge Posing tips for family photographers

Raise your hand if you have ever felt awkward in front of the camera (slowly raises hand).  I know I have. I HATE having my picture taking. And the reason for that is, I never know what to do.  Where should I look? How should I position my body? Do I smile? Do I not smile? I just never know.

And then because I don’t know what to do, the worrying starts.  Do I look silly? Do I have a double chin? Is my smile fake?

It’s terrible.

I think about this every time I work with a client.  If I feel all those things, then chances are they do too, and it’s my job, as the photographer, to help them relax.

That is why I pose my clients

I want them to know that I’m in charge so that they can sit back, relax and trust that I will make them look good!

How to Pose Families

Learning to pose families and individuals is something that took me years!  And what I know know is that it is the little things that happen within a pose that can really make or break an image.

I pay close attention to my clients hands, for example.  I tell them where to look, even when to laugh… I make sure that I am guiding them every step of the way, and the results are beautiful.

Join the Five Day Posing Challenge

Are you ready to up your posing game?  If so, follow this link to sign up for my Five Day Posing Challenge!

Sign up and each day over the next five days you will get an email and a video on a specific posing trick that I use when working with families and individuals.

Follow this link to get started right now!