Master Posing Guide for Children's Portrait Photography - Portrait photographers know that a good pose is critical to the success of any image. There are a variety of books on the market that are devoted to posing adults; however, they don't arm you with the unique set of skills you need to produce flattering, salable images of your youngest portrait subjects.
In this unique book, author Norman Phillips draws upon his own experience and that of some other top children's photographers, compiling a wide range of portrait examples, insights, and strategies for producing memorable, cutting-edge, and timeless images. You'll learn how to ensure the best-possible presentation of infants, engage fast-moving toddlers, select appropriate props and locations, and position older kids, preteens, and teens to create unforgettable images that evoke emotion and ensure great sales.
Filled with step-by-step tips for posing boys, girls, twins and triplets, and groups - whether on location or in the studio - this is one book that you'll rely on time and again.
About the Author: Norman Phillips is a master photographer who is the recipient of more than 150 awards, including the Accolade of Outstanding Photographic Excellence in Recognition of Contribution to the Industry.
He has hosted many seminars, sponsored by corporations like Pentax Corporation, Eastman Kodak and Burrell Colour, Inc. Phillips is also a regular contributor to industry publications including Rangefinder magazine and the Wedding and Portrait Photographers International monthly newsletter.