The Problem With Selfies

Blog The Problem With Selfies Though it’s reasonable to think the word “selfie” was born from the advent of smart phones, the truth is Robert Cornelius produced a daguerreotype of himself in 1839. Wow, now there’s a visionary. His results were...

Posing Tips, From the Neck Up

Blog Posing Tips, From the Neck Up Mouth and eye gestures go a long way toward creating that provocative, alluring look. And while some women have an innate ability to flash those expressions, others have a difficult time doing them on command.But it’s really...

Protecting Your Privacy Without Blurring Your Face

Blog Protecting Your Privacy Without Blurring Your Face Ask any glamour photographer and they’ll all say they hate blurring faces. Why? Because doing so interferes with the aesthetic integrity of the image. And it’s especially discouraging when the model...

Posing Tips, Symmetry vs Asymmetry

Blog Posing Tips, Symmetry vs Asymmetry Under most circumstances the primary goal when photographing the female form is to reveal its sensual curves. Though perhaps counter-intuitive, the best way to achieve this is with asymmetrical posing. Often this means posing...

Posing Tips, Revealing the Hour Glass

Blog Posing Tips, Revealing the Hour Glass In previous posts I’ve discussed ways to accentuate the positives while minimizing the negatives for specific features from a woman’s figure. What I’d like to discuss in this post is how to bring it all...

Posing Tips, From the Neck Down

Blog Posing Tips, From the Neck Down While some women can seemingly strike a striking pose without much thought, most benefit from at least a little coaching. It’s easy to assume a woman with a size two figure and hour glass shape produces the best poses, but in...