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The Posing Guide for Photographers and Models. All introduced poses come with easy to understand descriptions and vivid hand drawn illustrations. Merged in the practical app format, this will allow you to quickly recreate any pose in your photo shoots. Posing Guide, Posing Tips, Photo Tips, Poses, Tips, Photo Poses, Fotografia, Pose, Fotos
Posing Guide for Photographers and Models
The Posing Guide for Photographers and Models. All introduced poses come with easy to understand descriptions and vivid hand drawn illustrations. Merged in the practical app format, this will allow you to quickly recreate any pose in your photo shoots.
How to Take Better Photos With Your Smartphone. I always disliked using the flash on my iPhone, until I read about this tip at PCMagazine. Cut a small piece of wax paper (from your kitchen cupboard) and slide it between your iPhone case and iPhone to cover the flash. Your iPhone camera will now have a diffused flash and will no longer make your images "glow". Glow, Iphone, Ipad, Smartphone, Macbook, Camera Hacks, Smartphone Photography, Phone Photography
10 Easy Tips and Tricks for Better Smartphone Photos
How to Take Better Photos With Your Smartphone. I always disliked using the flash on my iPhone, until I read about this tip at PCMagazine. Cut a small piece of wax paper (from your kitchen cupboard) and slide it between your iPhone case and iPhone to cover the flash. Your iPhone camera will now have a diffused flash and will no longer make your images "glow".