500 Poses for Photographing Brides: A Visual Sourcebook for Professional Digital Wedding Photographers

March 28th, 2010

  • ISBN13: 9781584282723
  • Condition: NEW
  • Notes: Brand New from Publisher. No Remainder Mark.

Product Description
Containing numerous contemporary images by leading photographers, this indispensable manual concerning wedding portraits explains posing fundamentals as well as how to create a flattering, feature-specific photograph—one that focuses on the head, shoulders, arms, legs, or torso—in different levels of close-ups, from head-shots to full-lengths. Since posing is the second most challenging aspect of photography and with the added complications of a wedding—from… More >>

500 Poses for Photographing Brides: A Visual Sourcebook for Professional Digital Wedding Photographers

5 Responses to “500 Poses for Photographing Brides: A Visual Sourcebook for Professional Digital Wedding Photographers”

  1. I can’t imagine there are any wedding photographers who would not find some sort of inspiration from this book. It’s chock full of gorgeous photos (500 of them!), broken up into different poses and different body parts. Yes, it’s essentially all photos. And that’s the point. Flip through, let the bride flip through. The book features every possible pose a bride could want and likely more than a few she or the photographer may have never thought of. Highest recommendation.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  2. K. Mosmen says:

    I am not a wedding photographer. I shoot portraits. However, when things get boring, I regularly turn to photography related websites for insipration. For wedding photographers, this book is PACKED with ideas and concepts. There are no lighting diagrams or descriptions of how a certain shot was obtained but if you’re looking for something new for your armamentarium, take a look at this book for MANY ideas!
    Rating: 5 / 5

  3. Joseph Bui says:

    Purchased this book look to add some poses to my mental rolodex…however, this book is really lacking. The title is “…A Visual Sourcebook for Professional Digital Wedding Photographers” I’m a professional wedding photographer, and honestly, this book was a really big waste of money. If you’re new to photography…then yes, it might help you out. If you’re thinking, “hey, this guys a professional, why’s he need this book?” Well, professional or not, I’ve never stopped learning! I’ve always tried to continue my education. For my money, this book was a disappointment. In fact, the entire series of photography books from this publisher are poor. I’ve purchased a few others from them, and they all have the same general theme…great title…poor execution on that title though.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  4. Michelle Perkins’ 500 POSES FOR PHOTOGRAPHING BRIDES offer ideas for studio and location portraits alike and is packed with images by accomplished photographers throughout showing how to spice bridal portraits. It’s a visual sourcebook packed with ideas for unique results, and presents images that draw and maintain viewer interest.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  5. Dawn Johns says:

    A visual reference guide containing images from leading professional photographers. Tailoring these photos or elements from them can help you attain a creative edge and also keep your work fresh. The photographs are top notch and as the title indicates, there is much to draw from.
    Rating: 5 / 5

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