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Glamour Posing Techniques

with Lou Freeman

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About The Class

The right pose can transform a mediocre image into a gorgeous photo. Learn the basics of posing from seasoned portrait photographer Lou Freeman in this 90-minute jam-packed workshop. You will learn everything from glamour to fashion poses, including the right ways to position your subjects in reclining, sitting, and standing poses. In addition to understanding the human form, Lou will show you how to effectively communicate with your subject to ensure you get the pose you want.

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  1. 01

    Shape Shift Posing Techniques for Glamour Photography

    1:26:38

Meet Your Expert

Lou Freeman

"Lou Freeman has practiced the art of fashion, glamour, fine interior and product photography for three decades. Her clients are among the most respected and recognized names in America and Europe. Her work is both powerful and visionary and has ... read more

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  • Creativelive Student

    December 2014

    I wasn't very impressed. She took a dancer/model who would look good and moved her around. Most of the poses would not work with a real woman and many looked silly. I am glad I did not pay very much for this video.

  • Vicki Kurasz

    Vicki Kurasz

    March 2017

    Lindsey Adler is much better. This class was definitely better than Lou's lighting class. There was some information that was useful, but you can get that in other classes. It was really hard stomaching the "this girl had big hips so I" and they were all thin models. Made me think "Whatever!"

  • user-d5c913

    October 2017

    I did not learn much from this class. Using a model that is a dancer and strikingly beautiful did not allow an opportunity to watch Lou develop poses. I also found the editing frustrating. Too often the camera was focused on a slide while Lou was demonstrating something or the camera was focused on Lou while she was telling us to look at what the model was doing.

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