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The Photographer’s Guide to Posing

Techniques to Flatter Everyone

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Posing is a crucial tool that can transform your photography by bringing out the best in every subject who steps in front of your lens. The Photographer’s Guide to Posing: Techniques to Flatter Everyone by Lindsay Adleris your go-to resource for mastering the art of posing. In this book, Lindsay...
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  • Print and eBook Bundle: $59.99
  • Print Book: $49.95
  • eBook: $44.99



Lindsay Adler


448 pages


8 x 10in


Soft Cover- without flaps





  • Introduction
  • 1 Posing and How Your Camera Sees
  • 2 Posing and Directing the Face
  • 3 Posing Pitfalls
  • 4 10 Steps to Posing Success and Posing Variations
  • 5 Posing Women
  • 6 Posing Men
  • 7 Posing Couples
  • 8 Curves
  • 9 Family Portraits
  • 10 Boudoir
  • 11 Maternity
  • 12 Bringing it All Together

4 reviews for The Photographer’s Guide to Posing

  1. (verified owner)

    This is exactly the book I was looking for. The book is well-organized; the author’s text is accessible; she offers multiple examples. After reading “The Photographer’s Guide to Posing” I will be very well prepared for a fashion workshop I’m attending in early March.

  2. (verified owner)

    Very helpful. One might imagine from the cover that this is a book only about posing women, and maybe even a book it would be best not to read publicly. With the exception of the chapter on boudoir photography, the book is very helpful and covers posing men, women, families, and more. A unique perspective on the book, perhaps, is that most of us not only like to take good photographs, but to look reasonably good in photographs taken of us. The chapter on “Posing Men” was helpful to me in imagining myself on the other side of the camera. Similarly, my wife read “Posing Pitfalls,” because most of us are not aware of the importance of arm and hand placement, or our the importance of our stance. Very helpful. A worthwhile purchase.

  3. (verified owner)

    Posing is one of my sticking points. This book took the mystery out of how to get the best poses and illustrates what NOT to do. Many photos to show the right and wrong.

  4. (verified owner)

    You can’t go wrong with a book on posing by Lindsay Adler. There is a reason she is Canon Explorer of Light. So much information on posing in this book. 448 pages of posing for single subjects, families, groups. Go to poses are covered. A great resource for posing, the EBOOK will always be with me on my tablet. Even includes some maternity and boudoir. Gets you to the goal of “flattering pictures” which is always my goal for my photography.

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