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Senior portrait poses can sometimes be tricky, so I've asked Chrissy from Andrew and Chrissy Photography to share some posing tips with you in this guest blog post:. Over the years we have definitely learned that there is a science in getting your clients to relax and be themselves. With our posing we really keep our subject in mind and what makes them feel the most confident. We try to find a way to add movement into almost every pose. A static pose can feel stuffy and it also can create nerves for your subject. Having them move in some way distracts their mind and lightens the pressure. Poses we often use for movement are walking, spinning, and swaying. For walking we tell our clients to pretend they are on a tight rope and it gives a nice looking sway. Most of the time we like to put our subjects in front of the sun and off to the side slightly.
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