Shoot: Male High School Senior Poses
high school senior male guidelines. All right, so here would be my tips if you've never photographed a high school senior guy before, um, the guidelines to getting a great shot. So my tip number one would to be remember that the shoulders controlled their broadness. So when the guy walks in the studio high school, senior guys, I wanna look tough and they want to look big. Usually the next thing girls, their main goal in their photos is to look pretty guys for high school senior photos. Their main goal is to look cool, and they don't. If they're doing opposed, they don't perceive is cool. You will see it in their face and every part of their body, their hands, they're barely, like, not roll their eyes. Photo eso You want them to feel cool, Which is why I try to have them participate me personally in the posing process. Which is why I say could take a seat. You know, pretend like you were watching a TV show and then I tweak it. We're going up on the wall. I said I would be like, Go give ...
me your geek look. And they might think that I'm nerdy, and that's fine, because then I could get funnier expressions, but I let them participate. I let them be comfortable in the night. Week, um, switched brings me to number three for high school senior guys to get that cool factor and also to have them be comfortable. If you can indeed get a prop, do it get a proper because I have something to hold onto. The part that's most stressful is like, What do I do with my hands? If they play lacrosse, they can hold a lacrosse stick. Whatever it may be, if it's basketball, they can sit with it. So find something to interact with, which is what brings you to number four, which is occupied their hands and arms. That's like, that's That's a big one because they don't quite know, you know, they basically the go to pose for guys because they're unsure is just crossed arms, which, honestly, I always get across arm shot, especially since for the smaller guys makes it bulks him up a little bit. If a guy is really small, I do the cross arm shot like almost instantly because everything looks bigger. Have them lean towards the camera and number five is much more commonly would be sitting or laying or leaning versus a lot of times with mature meant. I will do sitting, but it's not as much is not as dramatic. UH, high school senior guys were dramatic.
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- Be confident when posing couples at a wedding whether it's a bride and groom, mature couple or same-sex couple.
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