Inspire Me Cards: A Modern Posing Guide For Wedding Parties
There's nothing like a party to wed your art with scrumptious nuptials. Design Aglow's exclusive Modern Wedding Party Posing Guide will ensure smiles, hugs and spontaneous moments that perform even better than the live band at the reception later.”¨”¨ Regardless of venue, wedding party size or circumstance, this sweet and swinging set of 88 stunningly clever concepts showcase groupings in a professional and creative way that families and friends (as well as the special couple) will remember forever. ”¨Simply print out the high quality cards and bind with a clip for an easy, take-along guide in your camera bag.
• A beautiful collection of 88 Bridal Party images to use as inspiration for photo sessions
• Each card has a theme to use as-is or to inspire a series of photos
• Print out as 3.5 x 5 photos, punch a hole in the corner and keep collection on a key ring for at-your-fingertips ideas on location
• Stunning backgrounds make each card a tiny work of art.
Anna Kuperberg, Susan Stripling, Laura Novak, Paul Johnson, Red Leaf Studios, Tanja Lippert, Michelle Moore, Jessica Johnston, Tinywater Photography, Christa Hoffarth, Michelle Moore
And images from our wonderful group of posing contest winners: Aaron Hawes, Amanda Wilcher, Amy Carroll, Arenda Dehann, Cydil Waggoner, Elli Grover, GH Kim, Heather Beadles, Holland Photo Arts, Kate Leigh, Keary Dee Photography, Kim Spears, Laure Lillie, Megan Dailor, Michelle Burley, Michelle Turner, Rachel Nicole, Rachel Opdahl, Ravenberg Photography, Shelly Boston, Smitten Photos, Storymotion Studios, Vision Photographs, Winnie Forbes
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