500 Poses for Photographing Group Portraits
Orange County Children & Family Photographer
It is said that one of the chief differences between a good and a great photograph (of people) is the pose. Cameras as so smart these days that almost anyone can get a great exposure, but is that enough? As an Orange County Children & Family Photographer there are times when families need to be posed and there are time when everything is free from. While it may be easy to pose one person it is certainly more difficult for the beginning photographer to pose a group of people and have them all look fabulous.
Its a great honor to have a long relationship with the good folks at Amherst Media. Bill Hurter was one of the first people that gave me a chance to have my wedding photography featured and published in some of his books. And I’m very grateful to Bill, a warm, kind and talented man. Because Bill gave me a chance, an associate of his, Michelle Perkins, Senior Editor/Production Manager, at Amherst reached out to me and offered me an opportunity to participate and have my work featured in several of her books. To wit: 500 Poses for Photographing Group Portraits. My photographs appear wherever you see a red star. I’m super stoked to have so many of my images featured.
Marc Weisberg is an award winning photographer and Sony Artist of Imagery based in Irvine, California. Specializing in Luxury Architecture & Real Estate Photography, Food + Wine Photography, and Weddings & Family Photography, he’s easy to work with and produces clean, crisp, and technically flawless images. Marc’s photography is published internationally in over a dozen books and magazines. You can contact Marc by phone at 949.494.5084…. or email.