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Fashion Photography Posing and Lighting

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Sitting Pose #11

Sue Bryce, Felix Kunze

Fashion Photography Posing and Lighting

Sue Bryce, Felix Kunze

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16. Sitting Pose #11

Lesson Info

Sitting Pose #11

It's slowly bring your rotation around and elbows forward keep coming around rotate rotate rotate keep going keep going albert ford all right now now let's get her just curly and turning towards felix this way you'll leave me I say yes lovely can I have a clip? I'm a good catch the host the stylist when you're a photographer you in really fast how do you do here how teo put on eyelashes you know how to manage people who were scared you learn how to do everything because you've got to do everything I don't have the opportunity eyes beautiful all right yeah so I'm going to get more body shape if I keep rotating here to keep coming around on the back cheeks what do you say about the curly yeah keep coming around now look att her feet right up onto your toast, cassidy right up onto toes right upon two toes both hands on your knees both butt cheeks sit on both butt cheeks euron lift there to go kill up now kill up to the camera. Okay, let's just check the here eyes to felix okay, so this be...

came a simple rotation from starting from behind and working her way around can you show a little bit more league felix because this is my favorite shot, okay, we've got anything else hang on. My biggest frustration when I'm working is that I'm just like I'm like fixing here now do it now changes he now because when I can see something coming on my camera I'm like I need it now and the one thing I hate more than anything is a makeup artist it's like so it so I'm like get your hands out of there you know well the thing is I don't have time to be polite I'm working really unlike you to want everything now and you really I mean if it now now now kind of girl I'm being sarcastic I know it doesn't make it funny it's what makes you know so why was there no challenge in the title of this class is a referee shirt back on public here eyes down uh lovely oh my god I love this fate gorgeous okay stop low can you go down lower just on your winding winding okay more curly more curly moe curly that little hair coming was lovely beautiful I love it more clearly you have got this posture can be really good possibly you go be you want to be right there and this would be even nicer if we had like an old wood floor yeah okay from here let's bring the hands to the heart I love it and then bring the ice down there could girl long chin long nick yeah the only thing is ok stop stop I can't see your fingers hands on your hat is not clearly fingers that's it sit down here elbows out yeah elbows out both that's a go now hit down tilt that eyes down beautiful very nice just don't be afraid to keep going I mean I could just keep going with this one thread and then ultimately one rolls into two two rolls into three, three resident and then I get lost in there keep going keep turning keep moving but the thing is is I done it so often that what I started out with with that one back structure and then slowly move around but hold the control okay your control comes in howard suitably you're posing so if you feel confident about what you're saying curly back cassidy stabia cassidy I'm cool your fingers good girl you know positive information is better than gorgeous oh, my god your darling sweetie, you look gorgeous. You look at it doesn't mean anything positive information is you're getting this right? You look heart you called that position hands their eyes down, eyes up to the camera are you killing this perfect also so easy for photography because, you know, when you have something amazing, you just go wow. My clients say, I know when it's going well, because you suddenly go suddenly change in the way of speaking absolutely, yeah, it's a whole lot of um you get too enthusiastic because you stopped seeing what you're creating and it's banging out the camera. And you just know that you're nailing it every time. And then I feel like the whole energy towards them. Changes and there's, not the awkwardness of what the hell do I do next? Any questions around this pose? Because from here we go to standing and beauty.

Class Description

Bring more flair to all of your photographs with fashion-inspired posing and lighting ideas from Sue Bryce and Felix Kunze.

In Fashion Photography Posing and Lighting, Sue and Felix will show you how to direct and light a model to create a fashion-style shoot. This class brings together a master of posing and a master of studio lighting to show you how to create gorgeously lit and posed photographs in your own studio. Sue and Felix will demonstrate how to create three versatile lighting looks and a whole range of poses that bring the subject to life. You’ll learn how to work with a model who can’t move and how to capture the energy of one who can.

Create and capture the beauty of a fashion-inspired shoot – join Sue and Felix for your guide to shooting professional fashion looks and photography poses. 

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Master Posing Guide

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Spectacular class.!!! This is what it is like on a professional set. Time is money and the director gets the shot, Taking direction is the key attribute for the talent and crew.. That means tempers are high, there is humor and passion while cajoling the set to work together. The energy was amazing on this set. I loved their working relationship. Sue and Felix both have their vison for getting the shot. And they got it. I highly recommend this class.


Sue Bryce has what my Thai friends would call a teacher's heart. It is hard to translate but basically means caring, deeply knowledgable, dedicated to constant improvement and possessing the ability to present to students in an easily understandable and accessible manner. "Near enough" is never "good enough'. In a word she is a professional. This course is highly recommended for developing a framework for photographers to work from. Sue Bryce also has many additional pieces of inspirational advice along the way in terms of styling and costume. A talented teacher who presents practical steps that can easily be adopted by others. Impressive!