by Andy Cubin Published 01/08/2014
Whether you shoot weddings, families, friends, children or any more than one person at the same time, this edition of Posing Pouch will hopefully be of interest to you; we will be looking at posing couples and, more specifically, posing their heads.
My aim is to allow the reader to view a series of images and analyse why some poses appear so much better than others - remember, there are no hard and fast rules and so my theology on this topic is entirely subjective.
If you have studied geography at school, you will hopefully be (vaguely!) familiar with plate tectonics. This is the study of the large-scale movement of the Earth's lithosphere (the outermost shell or continents to you and me). You may also be familiar with the close physical relationship of the Atlantic side of the South American coastline with the West African coastline and the fact that many millions of years ago, these were joined together.
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