Posing for Photographic Success

Having been in the business of professional photography in Perth for over 35 years, we’ve learned much that has helped us become one of the best photographers not only in the area, but in the country. We know how to make sure that your portraits turn out the best they can and there are a number of techniques for this.Gannon-3879editPINIMAGE


One of the most common concerns for individuals, couples, and families that come into the studio for a shoot is how they look and how they will pose for the camera to get the best shots. While this is a very real concern, it is little to worry about on the part of the client.

When preparing for a photoshoot, you can only do so much to ensure that they turn out perfectly. The obvious actions are to tailor one’s hair, makeup and wardrobe to match what you want to present in the shoot. After this is done however, there is little you can do except hope that it all stays together right.

During the pre-session meeting, we talk with our clients about what they want to wear and look like. It’s a good idea to take advantage of this meeting to determine all of these things to ensure that the shoot goes more smoothly.

During the actual shoot itself, it is tempting to worry about posing and how that will affect the photographs, however this is unnecessary. A good photographer will know exactly how you should pose and what you should go for during the shoot to make sure that the photos turn out right.

You shouldn’t worry about posing because the photographer is behind the lens and knows how you look like in that moment better than you do. The best thing to do is to trust in him or her and let the rest take care of itself.

Family portraits and other types of shoots are big moments for any person and anyone wants to make sure they turn out perfectly. After taking the necessary preparations, leave the rest up to us and we guarantee they’ll turn out great.

To schedule an appointment with one of the best photographers in Perth, please call us at 6468 5961.