2-Minute Posing Challenge for Large Group Standard Symmetrical Portraits

To quickly execute a large group standard symmetrical portrait, start with your centerpiece, which will likely be a bride and groom, place them in a v-up pose from foundation posing, and build out from there with the remaining subjects from the group. The key points to watch out for include even spacing, touchpoints to convey connections, overlap, and symmetrical placement of subjects based on height. While larger groups take longer to pose, with strong communication and a clear goal, you should be able to capture this type of image in under two minutes.