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  • Corrine Krumland-Gil

    Great family pic pose

  • Jenny Tompkins

    Family Posing On Chair | article about posing mistakes-and my yellow chair! Family Photos

  • Bella Barr

    fall photos pose

  • Regan Maki

    article about #photography #posing mistakes-GREAT article and I agree with ALL the tips on posing women! (If you're not a photog like me, great tips for how to pose yourself. Very helpful!)

  • Karie Sloan

    family photo idea

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