Course Length 1:07:53
With Sue Bryce
Course Includes:4 detailed videos - 1 hour, 07 minutes of video
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Posing hands might not seem like an important task, but it can make or break a photograph! Watch Sue make subtle movements when posing hands and see the impact these minor changes can make on the composition of a portrait.
Key Things to Take Away:
- Constantly be checking the hands and where they are in the image
- Keep reminding your client
- Practice in the mirror so you can properly mirror to your client
- Only put hands on a belly if your client is pregnant
- Don’t shorten the limbs by hiding hands
- Don’t cover the ears
- No flat hands
- Keep them soft and natural-looking, not curled up or stiff
After watching the posing hands tutorial, you will realize why such a small detail can change the whole look of a photograph. An ill-positioned hand can make a pose seem stiff or rigid. Focus on keeping the posing soft and natural. By doing this, you will create more of a natural-looking, gorgeous flow for your portrait. Tune in to see for yourself!
“I can always tell how experienced a photographer is by where the hands are in their image.” – Sue Bryce
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