I know there’s been a lot of information coming your way recently, so I thought I’d throw together a quick index for you to bookmark for easy reference later, instead of having to browse around and hunt for the specific post you need. Below, I’ve posted quick descriptions with links to each post in hopes that it’ll help keep you at least a little bit organized.
This post covers the very basics of posing and the top 6 most common things that I fix. These are the big things—so if you read only one of these posts, read this one!
If you’re into posing in a feminine way, this is the post for you. Its covers top things to remember when posing in dresses and/or when presenting feminine in a photoshoot.
Like the Feminine post, the Masculine post covers the top issues I face when taking photos of people who choose to present masculine. This includes head tilting, leaning, hunching, confidence, and more!
This post covers common tweaks I make when posing anyone—such as chin position, eye position, etc!
More tweaks that cover head, hands, and feet.
Time for your closeup! This post covers some basics to help you nail your next closeup shot.
Some quick tips on how to target your problem areas.
Best practices for fashion shows and tips for a good general onstage modeling presence.
You’ve been chosen to pose in a mini dress for your next fashion show—problem is, you’re 6 ft tall. What now?
When a brand hires or sponsors you (or when you’re trying to get their attention), do them justice.
You’re not hired—your promoting you! How do you start selling yourself?
You wouldn’t pose for Baby, the Stars Shine Bright like you would for h.Naoto, would you?
Group photos aren’t always a walk in the park.