posing basics for seniors

posing basics for seniors


Posing by today’s terms is way more difficult and involved than it used to be. There are several different elements that need to come together in order to pull off successful, interesting poses. It’s one of the most important aspects of your business, and it has to match who you are and what you stand for.

Brand identity crisis is often caused by confusing prospective clients with poses that are not indicative of your business. We have all had those sessions where the lighting is perfect, your senior brought the best outfits, she knows how to pose, and you could do no wrong. In this article, I am going to share how to make all of your sessions feel that way through bulletproof posing. I start breaking down the barriers of posing with the images on my websites, as well as social media sites like Facebook and Instagram. I show exactly what I want to sell. This way I don’t get clients that come in and want something really formal or something I’m not comfortable with. What they see is what they get. Posing is about way more than just putting someone into a position.

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