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Posing Guide: 21 Sample Poses to Get You Started with Photographing Women – Part I
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A really lovely pose. Works well in different surface settings: The model, for example, might lie on a bed, on the ground, in the grass, or on a sandy beach. Shoot from a very low angle and focus on the eyes. Another simple and friendly pose for a model sitting on the ground. Try different directions and angles. Works very well as a silhouette when shooting against a bright background.
A simple and casual looking pose. Lots of variations are possible. Ask the model to twist her body, experiment with hand positioning and try different head turns.
Another very simple and elegant pose. The model is turned slightly to the side, hands in back pockets. Leaning slightly forward can be a very attractive gesture. It is a subtle way to emphasize upper body shapes. By holding the hands above the head body curves are emphasized. Works with fit body types. Endless variations are possible for posing in full height.
This pose is just the starting point. Ask the model to slightly turn her body, change hand positioning, change head and eye directions etc. A relaxed pose with the model standing upright and supporting her back against a wall. Remember that the model may use a wall not only to support her back, but also to put her hands on, or resting a leg against it.
The research to date says yes—but only in certain conditions. It also says that sexting has become extremely common. We just now have the ability to express our sexuality in real time. This should go without saying, but common sense plus research says that sexting needs to be mutual, enthusiastic, and consensual. Sexting gets a bad name partially because too many people receive unsolicited and unwanted nude pictures. Properly speaking, this is sexual harassment, not sexting, and it can be scary. People can also be compelled to sext against their will, which may be linked to other kinds of abuse.
A study published last month in the Journal of Interpersonal Violence found that 21 percent of the undergraduates surveyed—most of them women—had been coerced at some point into providing sexual messages. In fact, this and several studies published last year suggest that coerced sexting may be a danger sign that the relationship could involve physical coercion or even violence. Sexting is not the same as sex, in the sense that bodies are not directly interacting. It is, rather, minds interacting through phones. Just as sex flourishes in conditions of physical safety and respect, so sexting requires a certain degree of emotional safety if it is to work for both parties.
When that condition is absent, sexting hurts the relationship.
This may sound simple, but the research reveals some tricky nuances. This line of research suggests sexting needs to occur within the wider context of honest, back-and-forth conversation. How does your partner really feel about sexting? What kinds of sexts are acceptable and what are not?