Sitting Pose #5
From here, what I want today is stop moving around, but this is where I stop playing with my angles instead going in and out because I feel like these other poses that bring all of the hands up around the face. Also, she can hug your knees, she can draw him these and we can work a little bit higher. So let's to show you because the more we shoot more, we've got to put in the book, and the more you've got to try is if I make these two boxes higher, then instantly what happens? Cassidy can bring one foot up even higher, and when he foots up even higher, so put one foot on the fuse box one foot on the second box. Now she can actually hug her knees towards the camera. Now she can duel the knee huggy right up onto your toe scarcity and your tall so you've got long legs and you've got long and now I can do all of these little cooley poses where arms or kill up around here I can bring hands out right up to here. I can create triangles in here, so they do something with her head just want comi...
ng straight down on both sides. Well, if I was shooting it probably I would be putting a fan into it because that's something that I would naturally do with here is blow here out just a little bit like that I'll put a little bit of beer in here see that's your your small fancy I'm a little fan thing on one more cast perfect on dh just give me a little bit of attitude in the eyes just attack yes there this yeah all right beautiful the higher than these come up the more her hands come up, the more clearly poses you can do as long as the feeder engaged nice and close so it's just a simple rotation just from one sitting pose but there are so many different things you can do here what not to do everybody does this when they start out they put their hand between the legs like that and then it gets cut off and ironically, if you take it why not to do shot the really weird thing about the shock when the hand goes down there is it looks like even though she's not touching or is it? It looks like she's got a hand between the legs so I don't know why it does that the stick in the hand goes in, the dip has gone from where the handle and it looks like she's doing that so just watch the hands going down between the league's team to find the hands on the side elbow in it looks better makes a big difference so could we move her a little bit towards the back? Just a tiny bit yeah, she wanna try a what? Sorry, I'm just doing everything but posing here sorry castor just vega free theme park ride the lovely thank you so really engaging your feet, cassidy really pointing your toes leaning forward make sure that you're wrapping that for having that they put a little bit more just one more beautiful I love that you know I love that shot and I feel like sometimes when this knee comes up like this when you feel that may come up on the knee doesn't make sense just being out there on its own because the knee and a beer league particularly can look just flat and wide you can create two different things one of them is you can wrap your hands around you can bring your point of focus to the top of the knee and I do see this often people do this don't do this don't touch the knee it doesn't belong there we don't sit with that's not a body language that were used we have your bodies, we use their bodies we created many triangles as we can and that makes a big difference if you take the same shot can I just say so? We moved her back a bit. I want to a little bit more that contrast of light coming more from the front, and I was getting from the floor in so just moved closer to the backdrop. Now, no one can tell me about, you know, that I'm going to end up being cropping the picture.
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