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senioriphoneblog Go to the head of the class with Design Aglow's exclusive Senior Posing Guide, and ensure that terrific teens will look at least as smart as their report cards (if not better). Whether jock, drama queen, hippie or just plain hip, and regardless a client's interests, hobbies, fashion sense or personality, this inspired and deliciously diverse set of 60 phenomenal poses showcases teens with plenty of fun and thoughtfulness that goes way beyond the standard ”˜smile and say cheesy' yearbook image. Simply print out these high quality cards and bind with a clip for an easy, take-along guide in your camera bag. With the combined talents of some of the most celebrated photographers in the field of senior portraits today, this set is sure to be a pep rally of fun for years to come. Featuring stunning imagery from: TriCoast Photography Amy Wenzel Eyeworks Photography Jeff Richardson Marci Ralph Tinywater Photography Jane Johnson Lindsey Potter Get your inspiration on right here!


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