When it comes to photographing children, there is one universal truth that remains consistent: most kids don’t really do posing. That being said, nearly all kids are amenable to being moved this way and that and often will take posing direction beautifully – you just often have to use an entirely different language to get them to do so. And much of it isn’t verbal.
This guidebook contains a wealth of posing ideas, each with detailed Before & After images – as well as all technical settings, metering choices, lighting configurations, brief description of shoots … and easy bullet points to reference when posing and photographing children and families.
In other words, it’s not just about what the final shot looks like; it’s about how, exactly, you create it.