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the design aglow posing guide for wedding photography is almost here!

 

After this summer’s smash success of our Posing Guide for Portrait Photography, we’re ready to give wedding photographers their turn: the Design Aglow Posing Guide for Wedding Photography will be published on December 17--purchase your copy NOW for 25% off the list price! Each page illustrates a fresh take on classic wedding posing techniques, accompanied by tips from the best in the business, like Elizabeth Messina, KT Merry, bobbi+mike, Jessica Lorren, Milou + Olin, Paul Johnson, Lisa Lefkowitz, Anna Kuperberg and more. Packed with exquisite portraiture, the guide’s 100 fresh ideas will stock your posing toolbox for 2014.

Add the Posing Guide to your own holiday wishlist, or buy the Posing Guide for Wedding Photography for the coffee table of someone you love!


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