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posing with animals

by Lora Swinson
Instead of the traditional studio senior portraits you would have seen 10-15 years ago, you now see photographers encouraging their subjects to include props and items in their session that reflect their subject’s interest and personality.  For the first time in my photography journey, I photographed a senior girl with her horse.  I had no idea what to expect but I knew that starting with basics and being mindful of ‘the rules’ (and knowing how and when to(…)

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4 simple posing tips

by Lora Swinson
Posing your subject is an important element in photography.  There is a lot to learn when it comes to posing but I have four quick and simple tips for you!
Take That Second Glance:
When you are in the middle of a session, things can get hectic pretty quickly.  When it comes to posing, one of the biggest traits you can pick up as a photographer is to take 2 seconds and double check your pose.  Where are your subject’s(…)

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posed for success

Are you ready to learn about another one of our newest photography workshops set to debut in January?  Today Lora Swinson is here to share more about her upcoming workshop, Shooting 101: Posed for Success (teaching assistants will include Amii Wroblewski, Jennifer Dell, and Dana Tate).  You’ve asked for a class on posing and it’s finally here.  Read more below to find out exactly what Lora will cover in this awesome new workshop!
an introduction to the posed for success workshop

Posing(…)

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