product spotlight - inspire me cards: groom posing guide

Groom Posing Guide For Photographers With this timely collection of 73 groom and groomsmen images, featuring some of the most amazing photographic talent in the industry today, you'll be all smiles both before and after your groom swaggers down the aisle. Whether you're looking for the classic styling of eras gone by, fun and casual flair, or want to focus on the details, you'll never be at a loss for ways to frame your subject fabulously and create works of art clients will treasure for years to come. Simply print these gorgeous mini portraits for on-the-go greatness and create your own rousing reception. Featuring stunning imagery from: Tinywater Photography Paul Johnson Photography Tanja Lippert Photography Simply Bloom Photography Chelsea Nicole Photography Click here to see them in the shop!




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