Posing for All Situations
PPA Instructor Doug Box teaches you how to pose people so that they look their best—which pretty much guarantees clients will return again and again.
Doug also offers easy ways to remember common posing rules, so that you can get it right—every time.
Discover answers to questions including:
- Should you pose men and women differently?
- Can you pose people together to complement each one individually?
- Does a pose start with the feet or the smile?
- What is 'corrective posing'?
In this class, you’ll learn posing for all situations and some common mistakes to avoid, too. Plus, get lighting tips and techniques that can enhance drama or create a softer look.
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Duration: 0:48:29 Expand video to full screen for best view.
M.Photog.Cr., CPP, API
Doug Box's students claim he is the cross between a standup comedian and a Baptist preacher. Simply put, they say he's one of the most fun and easy-to-learn-from instructors you'll ever encounter! He's taught at seminars and conventions in 49 U.S. states, as well as in Canada, Mexico, Scotland, Wales, England, China, Ireland, Denmark and on 5 cruise ships. He was chosen to teach at the International Wedding Institute and has taught at 18 different PPA Affiliate weeklong schools. But teaching isn't the only credit to his name, as you might imagine…
Doug is only the fourth person in the history of PPA to earn over 1,000 PPA merits and is an invited member of the prestigious Cameracrafstmen of America, one of only 40 in the world. His articles and images have graced the pages of most professional photographic publications. In fact, Doug is the author of "The Power of Business" marketing systems and has written 6 books on photography, including "Professional Secrets of Children's Photography," "Professional Secrets of Photographing Weddings," "Natural Light Photography," "Posing for Portrait Photographers," "Flash Photography" and "Available Light Photography," published by Amherst Publishing.