Info, Tips and Ideas
Whats Going On Now!
Studio is closed. Now shooting on-location, special events and in-home sessions
Remember, without curves, the world would be flat
Models with prints for sale including Cat Divine and RodeoJJ
Tips and ideas on wardrobe choices, posing and a few other topics of interest. read here...
The photographer, Aaron Lewis, studied photography beginning in high school, more...
If you like what you see and feel that I can help bring your vision to life, contact me today for a free consultation.
Posing Tips and Ideas
Please also read the "My Take on Modeling" page
Now that we’ve got your mind straight on what modeling is about, let’s talk about you and your photo session. People come in all different shapes and sizes, big, small, skinny, tall and the list goes on. It's not a one size fits all world. That's what makes us who we are. With each body type comes a set of ideas on how best to present yourself to the camera.
One thing to know is, there is no “good side,” both sides are equally good when properly lit.
Secondly there’s no such thing as “photogenic" and "not photogenic." If you feel that you’re not photogenic then you haven’t worked with the right photographer for you. It's about how you present yourself to the camera. The pose, attitude and expression that you deliver, will make or break the image no matter the photographers skillset.
I hope the information provided in the following resources will help guide us on a path to creating amazing memories.
Tips for general portraiture
This one was written for the photographer but will help you understand what we’re looking for and why.
Posing for Photography 1
How to Pose by Style Caster
7 Posing Techniques for Non-Models
Tips for plus and full figured models:
Sometimes, plus size or full figured models have photos taken to embrace their curves. Those who are not should read,
How to pose so you don’t look fat:
Another one to help the model understand why we do what we do
10 Steps to Posing Curvy Women
Tips for Maternity Models:
The perfect time to capture your baby bump is around the 30 week mark. It's around that time which the belly is most prominent but not so large that it's uncomfortable to pose. This is a special time for you and that joy, love and excitement is what we want to capture. This is a special time for you and that joy, love and excitement is what we want to capture.
Some Photo Ideas:
Maternity Posing Guide
Written for the photographer but some excellent advice:
How to prepare for maternity photos
DISCLAIMER: The content of the links provided on this page are neither my direct opinion nor do I necessarily agree or disagree with everything stated. They’re merely a point of reference for those interested in modeling.