The Poses at the Broadview

I recently had the opportunity to stay in a very beautiful room at the historic Broadview Hotel. The hotel is said to be haunted, especially on the eighth floor where I was staying, by a 1920’s businessman who killed his wife when he discovered her in a compromising position with another hotel guest and then leaped to his own death from the window of his eighth floor room. I did not see any ghosts, but maybe some lucky person looking in an eighth floor window thought they did!

This photoshoot is the product of my research into sexy poses. The website cited below was, by far, the most helpful. I was looking specifically for poses for curvy girls, but I tried them all, and even managed to pull off some skinny girl poses rather nicely! The lighting is terrible, but you do what you can within a tight schedule!

Ha!!! Yeah right! Next!

Website credit: https://digital-photography-school.com/posing-guide-21-sample-poses-to-get-you-started-with-glamour-photography/

9 thoughts on “The Poses at the Broadview

  1. Finally finished! Started on this 2mo ago. I learned a lot from this posing experiment; I’m clueless when it comes to lighting, there’s a fine line between ugly and beautiful, and the more you get right with the first snap the less damn editing you have to do. Ultimately, this was a lot of work for a project I’m primarily disappointed with … but maybe that’s the two months of looking at the same pictures talking! There are some gems at least.

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  2. Wow !! Those are amazing and beautiful !! THX for sharing your work. It is hard to get the capture you want and editing becomes a must but the results are lovely. Also what a thrill it must have been shooting in front of those open windows. :))

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    1. Interesting choices! Perception, perspective, and preferences are why art is so interesting! It’s also why I rarely discard a shot. I edit most all of them even though they may not be my favorite. Had I been choosy your second favorite would be digital history! The other 100+, well, you never know when one becomes just the right one to go with just the right words.

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