500 Poses for Photographing Men deals with this subject in a wide variety of scenarios - corporate, wedding, fashion and others. It's not just a matter of putting someone on a backdrop and snapping an image. Many times you're dealing with people's fears and insecurities about being photographed. The book addresses not only physical and psychological issues but composition as well. Should the shot be head and shoulders? Full length? What will make this a successful image? You'll get input from many photographers in the field and come to understand the complexities of what goes into making a good portrait.
About the Author: Michelle Perkins is a professional photographer, a designer, and a writer. Her images and articles have appeared in After Capture, PC Photo, and Rangefinder magazines. She is the author of numerous books, including 500 Poses for Photographing Women, Beginner's Guide to Adobe Photoshop, and Digital Portrait Photography 101. She lives in Buffalo, New York.