Outlining a theory that combines the refinement of traditional posing techniques with the more organic, spontaneous techniques of photojournalism, this creative and informative resource offers poses that rely on personality and interaction. These instructions from a veteran wedding photographer provide the skills needed to recognize what makes a great pose and how to subtly direct your clients to achieve the needed balance between looking great and looking comfortable. Ultimately, this grouping of modern and traditional shots offers answers to the complications faced when attempting to pose wedding parties quickly while keeping the natural look that all wedding couples desire.
About the Author
Bill Hurter has been a photographer for more than 30 years and is currently the editor of "Rangefinder" magazine. His previous books include "The Best Wedding Photography," "Group Portrait Photography Handbook," "Master Lighting Guide for Wedding Photographers," "Portrait Photography Handbook," and "The Portrait Photographer's Guide to Posing." He lives in West Covina, California.