16 POSING GUIDES FOR YOUR TRAVEL ADVENTURES

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Are you tired of your usual posing in photos whenever you are travelling? Do you want to add some spice in your travel photos? Well I might be able to help you with that.

Hey guys Celest here and I will be sharing a very interesting post today. If you are following me on Instagram you will know that traveling takes a big space in my heart and of course documentation will always be present in these adventures. Of course you’ll be taking a lot of photos  and sometimes thinking of poses can take a lot of time so I’ll give some posing ideas:


1.    BACK TO BACK POSE
This pose is called back to back pose because you will be considereing two back’s here. The first one is your back, the body part and the other back is the background.

How to nail this pose and take this photo?
First make sure that your hair is properly combed or in the style you prefer. If you have a props or head dress, you can wear it.

If you don’t have any props in your head you can use a props for your back such as a string bag or a bag pack, but make sure the bag is not to bulky. We wouldn’t want the bag to steal the spot light.

For the background make sure that you position the camera in the best angle you can get and be sure that there is enough lighting.



2.    FOLLOW ME TO
This pose was popularized by Mr. Murad Osmann and his wife Nataly Zakharova, the famous follow me to couple.

And I am assuming that most of us here are single haha we can ask our friend’s helping hand.



3.    LOOK UP VERSION 2.0
One of the most popular pose but there’s a twist in this version.
Step 1: First find your best angle
Step 2: Look up
Step 3: Project. For special effects you can showcase your “chiseled jaw line”




4.    HAIR TOUCH POSE
This pose is done by holding or touching your hair and positioning your head looking up down, left or right. This pose has three levels

Level 1
This can be done by pulling you hair backwards and  letting your hand rest/ remain on the top of your head.



Level 2

This is done by  holding the mid section of your hair or if you have a long hair, holding your hair between your chin and chest.



Level 3
This is done by holding the lower parts of your hair  or just the tips



5.    HAIR TUCK POSE
Just like hair touch, the same steps are applied the only difference is that you tuck your hair behind your ears and let your hand remain in that position (behind ears) and then smile.



6.    WAITING GAME POSE
This one is done by acting like you are waiting or bored while doing the look up 2.0 pose. You can also look down, left or right, what’s important is that you project.



7.    BLOGGER WALK
I see this pose commonly to bloggers. This pose is very simple, you just have to  pose in a walking position and hold it.



8.    HAPPY CANDID POSE
This pose seems so easy to pull off but you’ll be needing practice to make this pose look natural. Your eyes, smile and hand gesture should be well coordinated.



9.    "IKOT IKOT LANG" POSE
Have you seen the movie “Everyday I love you”  of Liza Soberano, Enrique and Gerald? This pose was inspired by the part where she turned around looking happy while spreading her hand. To be able to capture this pose you might want to set your camera on burst mode.




10.  HAIR FLIP
Usually applicable for long hair, make sure that your hair is in condition (good hair day!!)  and set your camera into burst mode.

Step 1: Turn your back into the camera
Step 2: Hold your hair in a side pony
Step 3: Upon turning around release your hand, the one holding your hair and place it in your desired gesture
Step 4: Smile and project.



11. STIFF NECK POSE
If you are having a hard time pulling off the hair flip pose you can try the stiff  neck pose.

Step 1: Look up and pretend you are sun bathing
Step 2: Make your neck look long
Step 3: Project and feel the pose
Step 4 (optional):  You can put your hands in your neck for special effects.

( credits to my beautiful friend SJ )

12. STOMACH ACHE POSE
One of the most popular and common poses

Step 1: Put your  hands in your tummy
Step 2: Hunch your back and move your shoulders forward
Step 3: Be fierce and project.



13. TOE TOUCH
Because I cannot explain how I do this pose I asked a little help from Wiki.

Step 1: Start with a high V above your head
Step 2: Swing your hands down and bend your knees
Step 3: Jump and stretch your legs. Try to reach your toes.




14. GRAND JETE
This pose is called grand jete in ballet but “split on air” in layman’s term.

Step 1: Move a few steps away from the spot where you will split
Step 2: Prepare yourself
Step 3: make a few steps forward
Step 4: Jump and extend your legs  (split)
Step 5: Smile on the camera

After doing the pose check your pants if you didn’t rip it. 



15. CELEST POSE
This pose is called arabesque in ballet but for this purpose we’re going to call it the Celest pose because I love this pose very much.

Step 1: Stand up straight
Step 2: Raise your one leg as high as you can, but make sure that both legs are still straight
Step 3: Find your balance
Step 4: Put your hands in your desired gesture, you can put one hand on to the raised leg to gain more balance
Step 5: Smile



16. SCORPION POSE
I don’t know if I’ll be able to explain it well but I’ll try my best. Don’t forget to stretch before doing this pose.

Step 1: Stand up straight
Step 2: Raise your one leg as high as you can
Step 3: Bend your knees and hold your toe with one hand (raised leg)
Step 4: Hold your toe using both hand and extend your body upwards
Step 5: Find your balance



I’ll let you know a little secret on posing guys, I’m no expert but I know that PROJECTION is the key to a “very PAK” Photo.



I doesn’t really matter what pose you do as long as you enjoy your trip and make lots of good memories with your companion.


 I hope this guide gave you an idea, don’t forget to like my facebook page and follow me on instagram. Tag me on your photos and if you have more posing ideas please share it on the comments section below.

That’s all for today.

Love,

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