Posing 101: The Markle Effect

Posing 101 From Portraits To Weddings

The Markle Effect

The royal wedding was one of the most iconic events for 2018. And Meghan Markle was truly a vision wearing a classic Givenchy gown designed by Claire Waight Keller. Sparkles and wedding glam aside, one of my favorite inspired poses from Harry and Meghan’s engagement session is something I’ve named the Markle Pose. It is a twist on a traditional pose that I absolutely love where both the bride and groom face the camera.

The facing camera poses are a traditional pose that families love. Now with the trend for more intimate posing instead of directly looking at the camera, it is important to include some face shots. These tend to make great save the dates and grandma is always a fan because she can see both faces!

For this pose, you can do it standing or sitting. I tend to do more standing poses because there’s not always a place to sit during a session besides the ground. I have my couples go belly-to-belly and have the bride place her hand on the groom’s chest. From there, I ask them to get in nice and close and look at the camera! It’s as simple as that!

There are plenty of variations for your traditional look at the camera pose! You really can’t mess this one up and couples feel comfortable with this pose because they do this all the time for their own selfies and family photos.

 

 

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September 26, 2018

Posing 101: The Markle Effect

Posing 101 From Portraits To Weddings

The Markle Effect

The royal wedding was one of the most iconic events for 2018. And Meghan Markle was truly a vision wearing a classic Givenchy gown designed by Claire Waight Keller. Sparkles and wedding glam aside, one of my favorite inspired poses from Harry and Meghan’s engagement session is something I’ve named the Markle Pose. It is a twist on a traditional pose that I absolutely love where both the bride and groom face the camera.

The facing camera poses are a traditional pose that families love. Now with the trend for more intimate posing instead of directly looking at the camera, it is important to include some face shots. These tend to make great save the dates and grandma is always a fan because she can see both faces!

For this pose, you can do it standing or sitting. I tend to do more standing poses because there’s not always a place to sit during a session besides the ground. I have my couples go belly-to-belly and have the bride place her hand on the groom’s chest. From there, I ask them to get in nice and close and look at the camera! It’s as simple as that!

There are plenty of variations for your traditional look at the camera pose! You really can’t mess this one up and couples feel comfortable with this pose because they do this all the time for their own selfies and family photos.

 

 

If you liked this post, you make like this one HERE.

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