Poses for Female Models

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When female models are doing different poses, they are connecting with the photographer, who will always be providing guidance. Discover ways to be creative and unique when posing as a model with help from a working model in this free video on modeling tips.

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In this clip, we're going to talk about different poses for models. Different poses is basically clicks back to you connecting with the photographer. The photographer's always going to give you guidance, going to you know, tell you what looks right and what doesn't. It's all about just being comfortable in whatever pose, kind of feeling the picture. A big tip trick I do is right when the photographer's about to take a picture of me, I sort of look around and find which way that my eye's are going to feel best, you know. You look to the right, and then as soon as sh, he or she is going to click the picture, you just kind of look up and give that, the perfect picture and then kind of just, if the photographer doesn't know what they want to do with you, just you know, be creative. Be unique. Just make your own thing and then they'll tell you "ay", or they'll you know, they'll tell you "perfect, stay right there, that's perfect," and then you know, you kind of just work together so most, some of them are what you feel is perfect, some of them is is what they feel is perfect. You have a little bit of both worlds so just being able to you know, it's not mostly about bending into different positions or just sort of going with what the picture is about, going with what the art is about, you know, whimsical looking things, being able to put your body in poses that kind of create the picture. People, sometimes people aren't even looking at your face. They're like "wow, look at the curves of her body" or look at, you know, it just can complete and totally make a picture so it's definitely really important to have a good working relationship with your photographer.


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