Expert Level Portrait Tips Series
Greetings and welcome to Moment’s first ever article series debut. Featuring expert-level tips on creating stunning mobile portraiture (though, these rules can apply to any camera), we’ll dive deep on the ins and outs of what it means to capture a profile worth remembering. Through measures of unique posing, lighting, location ideas, and creative outlets for composition — we’ll dissect every detail it takes to compartmentalize the very component behind what makes excellent mobile photography. Let’s roll.
Differentiate Your Images With Unique Poses
Posing is the backbone to any visual depiction of a photograph, mainly speaking to ones with a human subject. Whether someone you know asks for a single snapshot or you're professionally hired to do so — it’s vital that you, as the photographer, know how to pose them properly. By understanding correct postures and body placements, you will be able to work more efficiently, which will ultimately benefit both you and your subject. Unless you’re working with a model, most people don’t like to be photographed, so you’ll want to move along this process swiftly and carefully.
Here are our tips on how to pose, fun ways to make your posing unique, and other means of portrait magic.