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The Portrait Photographer's Guide to Posing (Anglais) Broché – 8 décembre 2011

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In the early years of photographic portraiture, posing was an absolute necessity. With extremely slow films, equally slow lenses and a lack of artificial light sources, time dictated long exposures. Due to vastly improved technology, photographers are now able to work freely and naturally, recording spontaneity in their portraits, yet not forgetting the posing rules that existed. As Bill Hurter shows in THE PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHER'S GUIDE TO POSING, there is room in the market for both approaches.

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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Very good 8 janvier 2008
Par Andrew - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
The title of this book is slightly misleading. It's not a strictly posing guide but and all-around handbook on portraits. It covers things as technical camera settings for various effects, depth of field rules (and how to break them), posing and communication techniques, composition rules, detailed guide on how to enhance/fade various details of your model (ex too large chin, overweight body, etc).
It is a great guide to have around and the perfect first step towards portraits. What I love most about it, is that for every rules it gives an example on how/when to break it.
Don't expect very creative examples, this book isn't meant to put you on a pattern. The examples are average and to the point regarding the technique discussed, they are detailed and explain both the technical part and the concept behind it. Don't expect extreme creativity or breathtaking images inside, the images inside are meant to inspire, not to guide. After you learn the techniques inside, it's up to you to put them into practice according to your own style.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Good text, few instructional photos.. 9 janvier 2011
Par Scott (Technogeek) - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
As is typical of Hurter's books, they are well written. The problem I have with them is that most of the photos are final prints. Very few photo examples of what the text is trying to convey.

For me, a couple photos contrasting the difference between "good" and "bad" is worth a thousand words.

I read it, learned some things I should remember, but don't have time to re-read it as a refresher. If only I could take a quick look at some example photos to refresh my memory.

My favorite posing book so far is Billy Pegram's "Posing Techniques", but I am still waiting for the ultimate posing guide.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Useful Guide; Needs Better Structure 4 février 2007
Par Bakari Chavanu - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This is one of Bill Hurter's better books. Like his other guides, every page contains highly professional, artistics examples by well established portrait photographers. Along these examples are Hunter's copious guidelines and suggestions for setting up and taking portrait shots in various situations. This book will be a useful guide if you underline and make notes in the margins of the book as you read, and then actually take out your camera and practice many of the suggestions he provides in this book.

My reason for giving the book 3 stars, however, is I have a problem with the structure. I think the book would have been a lot more useful if it had been set up with less of a long expository format. It would be nice to just have two or three photos on each page with a different topic heading for each particular guideline or suggestion. Each page could consist of just a few paragraphs explaining a technique that is reflected in the picture(s) on the page. The end of each section of the book could also contain a summary list of all of all the guidelines. This is mainly the structure of the book, but you have to read through the long expository narrative to discover the guidelines. And sometimes the photos don't always match the guidelines that he explains on a particular page.
3.0 étoiles sur 5 Posing guide 16 mars 2013
Par Barbbe - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This isn't what I thought it would be.. Was ok, but not enough direction on how to pose someone or where they should stand or how to stand where to put their hands, how to turn their face for the better light shots. Needed more info than what this gave me. Was more just pics of different artist no instructions on how to do it. So wouldn't buy this if I hadn't already bought it lol.. sorry but true.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Barely Discusses Posing! 3 novembre 2009
Par Abdulla M. Al Qasim - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Comparing this book with Bill Hurter's The Best of Family Portrait Photography: Professional Techniques and Images, this book is a complete waste of money!

The majority of the book talks about portraits taken by other photographers and how good they are. The whole book leaves an aftertaste of being a published photographers plug! It's as if the author is writing the book to promote some photographers and their included works.

By the time I got to the chapter before last, the book finally begins to discuss how to pose subjects to conceal imperfections. However, I have noticed that the author does not address concealing imperfections through posing techniques, rather he explains how to hide imperfections through the manipulation of lighting and the use of shadows, there were extremely brief points on the subjects attire and color of attire to help disguise imperfections. The whole chapter was obviously written in an extreme rush, as if the author went on and on plugging his friends and then realized that he hasn't actually added any technical advice and decided to cram SOME QUICK tips in this chapter.

The final chapter obviously demonstrates that the author is just writing this book to market his friends and buddies, in addition to making a few bucks. The entire chapter is a gallery for other photographers and their works, NO TEXT AT ALL!!! COME ON!

I'm sorry but Mr. Hurter has disappointed me greatly with this book as it doesn't even come close to partially doing what the title claims! Give me your money instead and I'll give you a good punch to face and it will be the same thing!

If you are looking for a book to give you genuine advice on posing techniques I recommend Corrective Lighting, Posing and Retouching for Digital Portrait Photographers by Jeff Smith instead.
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