QUIZ: Wedding Workshop 4: Photographing the Couple | Chapter 2

1.

Which of the following techniques is not used to achieve posing goals for women?

2.

Posing goals change based on whether or not you are photographing the bride and groom together or individually.

3.

The stance for portraying a strong male subject should be:

4.

Key areas to focus on for overcoming a groom’s potentially perceived weaknesses include:

5.

To de-emphasize a larger stomach, the subject should:

6.

A photographer’s perception of his or her client’s beauty will not affect the images he or she captures.

7.

The bride’s form and figure can be slimmed and accentuated by:

8.

The go-to “red carpet” pose is most like the:

9.

The use of multiple touchpoints in a given pose will make the image look more ______, whereas minimizing touchpoints will create a more ______ look.

10.

Mirroring the couple's hands and arms can make for a natural, relaxed pose.