portrait posing guides: perfect for iPad, iPhone & spiral bound

portrait posing guides: perfect for iPad, iPhone & spiral bound

Today's share comes from David of David Schertz Photography.  He writes, "Using the Inspire Me Cards: A Modern Posing Guide for Wedding Parties and Inspire Me Cards: Modern Engagement Posing Guide, I ordered two bound 4x6 proof books from WHCC with frosted covers. 4x6 is the perfect size to keep on the office desk or toss in my Thinktank gear bag. I needed a way to be inspired without taking up too much room. Since I'm on the road a lot too and am sometimes forgetful, I uploaded both Inspire Me Cards sets onto my iPhone and iPad (they're always with me!) No matter where I go, I'll be inspired. The 'Inspire Me Cards' are just awesome! I knew before I bought them that I had to get them bound and printed. I didn't just want a digital copy sitting on my iMac or Macbook Pro. Once I thought about it, I thought it would be a great idea to have them on my iPhone and iPad. That way no matter where I'm at I can get a quick look before a shoot. My assistant can just grab my iPhone, iPad, or grab the bound versions from the gear bag. Besides the fact that these rock, my clients have been super happy with some of the poses that come out of our shoots. They credit with me such a creative look. I credit Design Aglow!"

We love what you've done with the posing guides, David, and it's perfect for any photographer on the go! Thanks for the great share, and enjoy your $75 gift certificate on us~




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