Uploaded by Eldridge Weston on December 21, 2012 at 6:49 pm
Enjoy this short flow posing demo.
Thanks Doug !! Very usefull when my son is getting married next Wednesday in Stockholm, Sweden.
Thanks, Doug – this is a very informative and useful video!
Hey there, do you know “Photo SFXart Tricks” (google it)? On their website you can watch a great free video showing how to make brilliant photos. It made it easier for Matt to shoot pictures which leave you with that wow-effect whenever you look at them. It may work for you as well…
nikon d3000 wt55mm lens
what type of lens did you use for the close ups?
Tom Green looks a happy groom 😛
Brought my first camera 1 month ago Canon 5D M3 and Im real picky with how friends are posing when I shoot. They get annoyed. But when they see the photos they are so happy and glad i made the effort. One girl I took a photo of had no good photos of herself and I got her posing with light from a lamp post & reflector & her friends n fam were amazed. I love bringing the beauty I see in people out in a pic and so happy Doug posted a vid that shows even more posing techniques. Thank you Doug.
I like the video there are some great tips! But are the snaps supposed to be a Pavlov experiment?
mama mia, that’s a lota (great) information in a very short time. Watching you on CL right now, great stuff
you want to see real posing tips , check out Roberto Valenzuela.
“not my hands you little freak”. best quote 🙂
jesus, that was amazing….think I’ll have to watch it a hundred times to get used to it…well done and thanks…
What a great informative vid. I wish there was a Love button! you deserve it!! Bravo!
So very helpful. Thank you very much. Keep them coming. Soaking these all up! 😉
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We’re not done yet!! Awesome tips. :))
thanks much ,i think you are very good at what you do .
Same prinicpal, Just make exposure adjustments depending on how dar or light they are. If it is a light skin person of color exposure compensate -1/3 of a stop, mid tone 2/3 a stop and of course very dark(wesley Snipes) 1 full stop. You are telling the camera the situation is not as dark as it thinks
hey DOUG,question man what about folks of color? in monochrome good ,ok or jus color?
Great video, I am newbie to photography. Great tips. Thank you.
You are an incredible person Gordon. I sometimes get a little bored with my photography and people like you who are generous with information and time inspire me to continue shooting. Thank you very much.
what do you think of Mraw shooting for weddings?
We added your video to our ‘wedding photographers’ playlist. 😀
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Outstanding..Thank you for this.. I just love how no frills you are..and how the models are like barbie dolls – minus that cracking joint sound lolo… Thanks again
Dude..amazing…straight and to the point no walla walla talk crap just exactly what people need..this will help with my speed at weddings thanks bud
not my hand ya little freak ROFL!!
You appear to have great light in this video, what do you do if there is little available light? How do you deal with flash? What ISO are you using?
I really enjoyed your video and am keen to take on board your fantastic ideas
What lens are you using?
great video and great poses
epically great vid well done matey now go get doing twenty instant lighting techniques ermmm twenty groups hots and i am sorted cheers muchly
This lesson is like gold for any wedding/portrait photographer, fifty poses in fifteen minutes wow.
what lens do you typically use ? I have a 24-105 which is my go to lens, but also have a 60mm Macro which I think would do a good job for many of these
Gracias Doug Gordon por tus clases.
Wow.. Can’t thank you enough…
Thanks for the nice words everyone, just so you know, we are actually running our biggest sale ever for charity. Two great causes. We are giving 50% off at our website on any product we have . Use the code Anniversary at our website doug gordon workshops
This is my seventh time watching this!!!!, gotta memorize them all.
Thank you for a really good post about Photography.It really shows how skillful Wedding photographers are.The style and the way they shoot really are awesome.
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