by Andy Cubin Published 01/10/2013
In Posing Pouch 8 we looked at simple, basic ways of getting men to look the least awkward on camera. We determined that asymmetry was the key - different levels of shoulders, hands and feet, as well as care with head tilt and angle, would give us some good foundations to work with.
In this article, we shall up the game and study more advanced posing in order to achieve two things:
1) Great images; and
2) Great images with manly-looking men in them.
This section applies to women as well but, since men display the errors so much better, we shall use them as our guinea pigs in this sequence.
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