The Design Aglow Posing Guide for Family Portrait Photography: 100 Modern Ideas for Photographing Newborns, Babies, Children, an (Paperback)
Get inspired to take family portraits your clients will love
Whether you’re facing your first family portrait shoot or are a seasoned professional looking for fresh inspiration, Design Aglow’s 100 ideas for posing newborns, babies, children, siblings, and families will help you approach each session brimming with confidence and creative ideas.
Design Aglow’s style-savvy approach has resonated with photographers (and their clients) everywhere. This curated collection reflects their modern sensibility, with poses from industry superstars such as Elizabeth Messina, Rachel Devine, Jose Villa, Tara Whitney, and Anna Kuperberg. You’ll also get tips on directing your subjects, follow-up shots for each setup, and behind-the-scenes lighting information.
Both eye candy and practical reference tool, The Design Aglow Posing Guide for Family Portrait Photography will inspire any family photographer, novice or expert, to “wake up” their style and take beautiful portraits for modern families.
About the Author
Lena Hyde is a professional portrait photographer and the founder of Design Aglow (designaglow.com), a premier online resource for professional portrait and wedding photographers. Lena’s photography has been exhibited in galleries and museums around the world and has been featured, along with her design work, in such publications as Martha Stewart Everyday Food, USA Today, People, Life, Rangefinder, and Professional Photographer. Lena can be found at lenahyde.com.
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“With the release of The Design Aglow Posing Guide for Family Portrait Photography….written, picture-edited and photographed (in part) by the multi-talented shooter, educator and blogger Lena Hyde, there’s a refreshing new take on the craft of the pose, especially as it applies to one popular genre.”—Rangefinder Magazine