Outdoor Photography pose for 3 children
by Photo TipMan
Here was a photography situation where I wanted to use some triangle poses for family portraits of 3 children.
I used a small barrel for the youngest child (head #2) to sit on. This raised her to be the peak of the triangle in this composition.
Whenever you are planning what poses you are going to try, remember to consider the height of your subjects' heads and how you may be able to vary them.
I instructed my two females (heads #1 and #2) to put their knees together and my male model (head #3) to pose with one leg up, bent at the knee.
These are classic examples of male and female posing.
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