Beach Photography 30a – Seascapes are about nature and beach photos are about people.
We always want to communicate a mood of tranquillity and beauty in our photographs we take.
Ideas for Posing
Browse family pictures online for inspiration. Remember To: Get in Close, Pucker Up, Get Silly, Hold Hands, Hug It Out, Play it Up, Jump, Lie Down, Stack Them Up, Focus on the Kids, Focus on the Parents, Focus on the Grandparents, & Act Natural.
Posing Tips – Looking good in front of the camera, who doesn’t want that!
- If you put weight on your back leg, you’ll feel more comfortable and look natural instead of awkward.
- To look thinner, leave space between your arms and your body to show your waistline.Remember to push your shoulders back and don’t slouch.
- Avoid looking down to prevent a double chin. To avoid the totem pole look, bend whatever you can bend.
- Don’t leave your arms hanging straight down.
- Try touching the person next to you or resting your hand on a nearby object.
- To avoid shine, use lots of powder on your face and neck.
- Give the kids a break in between shots to stretch, run, and play.
- Let the kids play during the pictures!
- You’ll get great candid shots and capture your little ones the way they really are.
- Play peek-a-boo, tickle, and hold the baby up in the air for real, genuine smiles.
- BRIBERY, works very well! Remind them if they do well, they will get a reward.
Make everyone back-home jealous with envey when they see your beautiful beach pictures!
Fun, memorable beach photography by Master Photographers Sey & Jay Michael.
Getting great photos requires lots of experience. Shooting beach photography sometimes can be very different with prevailing conditions such as high surf, winds, and shoreline terrain.