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    Learn great photography posing tips from Jean Smith Photography via iHeartFaces.com We’re moving into week three in a 4-part series of Common Photography Mistakes tutorials that Jean Smith wrote for I Heart Faces. Be sure to read the other three parts of her series here:

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Photo Posing tips - can make or break a photo... what a diference! wow!

Some of these are awful... But others could be useful. =)

Women Mistake #5 – Arms glued to body The Fix - Never allow a woman’s arm to hang so that it is pressed up against her body. It’s just not pretty. Especially if they are wearing short sleeves or no sleeves. As I have stated before, there are always exceptions to the rules, and this case is no different (very thin people, artistic shots, etc).

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having arms up on the branch rather than in her lap adds interest to the picture...look for ways child can interact with the surroundings

Remember to ask yourself...will the cool/artsy/textured background MAKE SENSE when others see the photo? "Why is she all dressed up, leaning on a wall, with stairs leading to a plywood door of an underground bikers' club?"

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Photography poses I only pinned this for the book one. I should have done that in my senior pics I read all the time.

Originally pinned as a "senior photo". Am I alone in thinking that the senior photos with sensuality in them is a bit wrong? I can't imagine my parents would have ever approved of me posing like this. Maybe I'm just old fashioned, but there's a difference between pretty and sensual and I see more and more sensual senior photos.