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Photography Poses for my boyfriend and me?

Posted on March 14, 2010 by Ed

Ok so I am considering getting pictures taken of my boyfriend and me. I would like to just ask one of the photography students at my school to do it, but would like to provide them with some cute couples’ poses (not sexual or trashy). Also, what do we wear?

Thanks In Advance

http://engagementrings.lovetoknow.com/wiki/Engagement_Photo_Poses (even though you guys aren’t engaged, there are some good poses here)

http://www.mediafocus.com/stock-photos/People-1/Couples-9.html

http://www.pbase.com/jeremystreeter/couples

(these are more candid)

Hope this helps :)

4 Responses to “Photography Poses for my boyfriend and me?”

  1. Jillian c

    - 13th Mar, 10 09:03pm

    something outside and flirty….always match!
    References :

  2. eurojaaa

    - 13th Mar, 10 09:03pm

    http://engagementrings.lovetoknow.com/wiki/Engagement_Photo_Poses (even though you guys aren’t engaged, there are some good poses here)

    http://www.mediafocus.com/stock-photos/People-1/Couples-9.html

    http://www.pbase.com/jeremystreeter/couples
    (these are more candid)

    Hope this helps :)
    References :

  3. dms47949

    - 13th Mar, 10 10:03pm

    cheek to cheek
    you looking up at him

    try to use faces or bodies to form a shape
    References :

  4. Princess

    - 13th Mar, 10 10:03pm

    This site has poses for females, males, and couples… scroll down to the end for couples.

    http://webzoom.freewebs.com/enigmaphotos/Pose%20Guide.pdf

    As for clothing, choose simple garments with similar tones.

    -Simple long-sleeved garments in medium to dark tones of brown rust, burgundy, green, or blue are pleasing choices when photographed against a dark background.

    -Avoid light colors that approximate flesh tones such as beige, tan, peach, pink, white, and yellow.

    -Darker shades are usually more flattering and slimming.

    -Avoid stripes, plaids, checks, and prints.

    -Very bright colors, such as red and orange, can completely overpower the face and ruin a portrait.

    -Clothing in medium shades compliment portraits made in outdoor environments.
    References :

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