Posing Guide for Bloggers
As a fashion blogger one of the things you’ll find yourself doing regularly is planning photoshoots and having your picture taken for your blog. I did a bit of modelling before I started my blog and one of the things I struggled with, was posing. I found myself running out of poses so quickly even if I had initially spent time practising in front of the mirror before my shoot. This mainly happened because I needed to get comfortable, as I’m generally quite shy. When I started out blogging, it was quite overwhelming, as I would get a lot of stares from people walking past during my shoot, which would make me a little shy. However, with time I stopped caring so much as I knew I had to get the pictures taken, so that’s all that mattered.
But let’s talk about the subject at hand. Poses!
Doing all three of these walks allows all angles of your outfit to be seen, which is what we want.
The good thing about this particular pose is that you can combine it with all the other poses mentioned
I always try to use my environment for poses e.g leaning on rails or walls, sitting on stairs or using cool spaces in cafes.
You can do this pose in a number of ways as seen in the photos. You want to be careful if you’re wearing heels, as it puts more pressure on your knees. This one definitely brings some sass to your photos.
9. OBLIVION- Believe it or not but some of the best shots are gotten when you’re not aware your picture is been taken. This pose tends to be very natural looking and less posy.
I didn’t do this here, cause I’m not wearing the right outfit for this pose.
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