PhotographyTips for iPhone
Poses Volume 1: The First Female CollectionPhotographyTips has released its first guide for posing female models for iPhone users, entitled "Poses Volume 1: The First Female Collection."
Poses Volume 1 contains 368 individual color images of attractive, popular poses that any model can quickly and easily adopt. The application has a unique 'Fit Pose' feature that assists in getting the subject's pose to closely match any professionally-posed example from the application. The guide's eight models, wearing plain dance costumes, were photographed against a clean white backdrop, making it easy to see every aspect of every pose. Pose examples are organized by type (seated, standing, kneeling, etc.), simplifying the search for the "right" pose.
"This practical guide will solve any photographer's posing problems once and for all," said McCormick, "whether photographing a girlfriend at the beach who may never have posed before or a professional model in the studio. It's easy to use, and a superb posing resource that photographers and models will call upon over and over again for years to come."
"Poses Volume 1: The First Female Collection" is a product of PhotographyTips, the Internet's #1 guide to better photography. It is the first in a series of three collections, which comprise in total 1,104 individual posed images. Volumes 2 and 3 are in the approval stages and will be released soon.
PhotographyTips came into existence in March 2001. It is a huge website created to appeal to anyone with an interest in photography. It is intended to help beginners get started in photography, and become so good at it that they turn into advanced amateurs; accomplished photographers will also find useful tips and hints there. The primary objective of PhotographyTips is to help people everywhere to take better photographs.
Trollwerks Inc. was founded in May 2008 to create sensational iPhone applications. The founder, Alex Curylo, brings 22 years of expertise in Macintosh development, with multiple Apple Design Award and MacWorld Best of Show Award wins, to this epochal platform.
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