Posing Secrets – The Photographer’s Essential Guide

Discover How You Can Quickly And Easily Produce The Professional Standard Portraits You've Always Wanted By Mastering The Secrets Of Camera-Friendly Poses. Aren't you tired of trying to think up how to improve your pictures with the right pose? Why not try this system without risking a dime? You'll get the innovative Posing Secrets - The Photographer's Essential Guide Vol.1, completely downloadable to your computer so you can be using it in just a few moments. / Click Here to Learn More!

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Now YOU Can Produce the Right Pose Every Time!


Posing Secrets 02As a studio based full time professional photographer, I have over the years read a huge amount of books that promise to give you a “unique” insight into photography and techniques. Sadly many are lacking in the quality department and only put out re-hashed information. Needless to say there are a lot of books out there that are not worth spending the money on. When I first purchased Malcolm Boone’s Posing Secrets Vol. 1 I fully expected it to be just another.

To my surprise, I found it full of superb techniques, was expertly written and gave a unique way of visualising poses. It allowed me to re-visit my training and look at posing subjects from a different angle. This has improved my technique and increased my skills base, which can only benefit my clients and increase my turnover. Just goes to show you can “teach an old dog new tricks”. Thanks Malcolm, worth every penny. A good investment for any person looking at improving their posing skills and techniques.

Mark Pearson, Mark Pearson Photography, Leeds, UK.


With this resource you can always produce an appropriate pose to create a visually and psychologically impressive image whatever the location, mood or camera position!

You’ll be shown how to quickly raise standards and keep improving them!


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This 120 page book will teach you. . .

  • How to focus on the body to aid posing.
  • The key to duplicating or creating any pose.
  • The three letters that can build a pose (no, not A-B-C).
  • Important points to consider for a reclining position.
  • Exercises and suggestions to help analyze pictures and poses.
  • Ten simple solutions when your model does not know what to do with their hands.
  • How to avoid foreshortening of limbs.
  • The three basic head movements that make a difference to your model’s features.

This book is written by Malcolm Boone.









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