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Nothing says “boring” like the plastered artificial smiles of mom and dad, politely holding a distracted toddler and uninterested tween standing at the back. Forget the stale and hackneyed “sit and smile!” routine. This inventive collection provides a platform for imagination, just begging for your creative touches. The Family Posing Guide Features 50 sellable poses, tips and advice from trusted photographers, across conveniently sized 3.5x5 card layouts that offer perfected portability ”“ print, hole punch, and secure on a ring for on-site reference, or even bring along a digital version for your smartphone or tablet. Featuring stunning imagery from: Audrey Woulard Lena Hyde Laura Novak Whitebox Photography Paul Johnson Jessica Johnston Anna Mayer Galina Sullivan Adele Reding Yan Photography Tara Whitney Click here to see them in the shop!


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