12 easy posing tips for couples / Harrogate engagement photoshoot
1. Standing face to face and kissing
This is a very nice way to show your feelings to each other and that will reflect on camera. One of most iconic pictures in your album. You can try to lean your partner or touch each others face.
2. Standing close together and looking toward one another
Stand very close to each other for intimate close-up portraits. feel free to improvise.
3. Ear biting or whispering
If it is hard to relax in front of camera try to be playful and don't be afraid to be silly. Try to bite your partners ear or whisper your favorite animal sound to make her/him laugh.
4. Sassy poses
If you feel sexy, be sexy! Be playful just imagine there is no photographer around and just feel free to express your feelings.
5. Lying on the ground
For this one, you should lie close together on the ground.
try to lift your upper bodies a bit by using their arms as supports. Gently embrace one another.
6. Jumping and hugging
This pose is my favorite one!
The crucial part is the leg positioning of your jumping subject; each leg should be bent at different angles. also give a spin while you're holding your partner.
7. Turning away from the camera
Never forget that there often are good opportunities when shooting from behind! This is a simple pose, but one that looks amazing when done right. Turn your back to camera and admire the view, kiss your partners temple or just look to each other.
8. Smelling hair and kissing temple
Hug each other and try to smell your partners hair or just give a gentle kiss to his/her temple.
9. Standing face-to-face (but looking to the camera) and hold one anthers arm or place your hand on his/her chest
Just get comfortable in each others embrace and smile, everything will be natural and photographer will guide you through.
10. Standing holding hands
Simple and easy pose. Just stand straight hold each others hand and look at the camera.
11. Spin your partner
Have fun and give a good few spins to your partner and catch him/her in your hands. It is a fun pose, just have fun.
12. Walking away from the camera
Never forget that there often are good opportunities when shooting from behind! This is a simple pose, but one that looks amazing when done right. hold each others hand and walk away from camera. Sometimes look to each other or turn back to camera.