For some unexplainable reason some people become uncomfortable gawky creatures as soon as you point a camera in their direction.
All of a sudden they don’t know what to do with their arms, they forget how to stand properly and the only expression on their face is nervous.
In this short and video Jasmine Star provides three tips that will help you pose awkward clients.
“A bit ago, a photographer reached out and asked if I struggled with posing awkward clients”, she writes. “I said I focus less on the awkwardness of people, and more on what I can do as a photographer to create natural moments”.
The three tips Jasmine shares are getting your couple to touch, pay attention to appendages and locked knees and create physical tension (between your clients!).
As Jasmine says, it is easy to follow these tips and the results are obvious. Your clients will be put at ease and you will be able to capture the best possible photo. After all, the best lit and composed photo is worthless if your client looks as graceless and tense as a teenager on a first date.