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"No matter what type of shot you are looking to create with your clients in the studio, this book has it covered, with loads of pictures and step by step detail." —www.ephotozine.com
Posted March 7, 2013
A quick read with good examples. If you're a visual learner, as most photographers are, this is a great book for learning the different aspects of good posing. It covers individual troublesome areas such as hands and arms. Christopher Grey includes samples of each of these, along with others, and variations of each so you can see what a slight difference can make. He also includes a few samples of what not to do and why which I find quite helpful especially for someone just starting out with portrait photography. As for the subject of composition and cropping he does just a well at giving straightforward sample images to use as a guide for creating your own excellent portraits. He also covers how these elements work together to make the final pleasing image that your client is looking for. A great reference book for the advanced and an excellent place to start for the beginner.
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Posted January 17, 2013
An easy-to-follow book that can take a photographer's work to the next level. Great visual examples that explain the concepts the author is discussing, and how to make adjustments for better poses and composition. Also shows cropping in a way that makes for better final prints. Definitely a recommended book that all photographers, whether they are just starting out or have been in business for years!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.