Here's a good overall shot....
Here's a good overall shot. Jenn is positioned next to the car in a nicespot, with a great pose that complements her and the car. Jenn's bodyhas a nice S-shape, and she's looking comfortable and relaxed. Noticethe slight smile. In some cases, this look can be better than a fullsmile. Try it and see how it looks with your girl.
In these two shots you can...
In these two shots you can see how long hair can be tricky to work with.Notice in this photo how Kara's hair is spread over her left shoulder...
...and in this photo her hair...
...and in this photo her hair is gathered on her left shoulder. Neitherphoto is necessarily bad, but this is where taste and opinion come intoplay. If your girl has long hair, watch for things that might make herhair look funny. If in doubt, ask her if she thinks it's OK or ask herto fix it because you're not sure it looks right.
When To Shoot Tip: WMV /...
When To Shoot Tip: WMV
So you've taken your pictures, and it's time to submit them for BOTM. There are two ways to do it: e-mail them to 5.0 Mustang & Super Fords at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have too many pictures to e-mail (with high-resolution images this can be a problem) send a CD in the mail. Address it to:
5.0 Mustang & Super Fords
9036 Brittany Way
Tampa, FL 33619
Hope this story has helped you out, at least you've got some great pictures of your girl/yourself with your car, at the most you'll be a contender for Babe of the Month honors!
To see the pics from our Babe of the Month Photo Tips teaser story, click HERE
Here's a gallery of some good and bad photos to give you some more posing ideas and so you can see some other dos and don'ts that'll come in handy when you're taking Babe of the Month submission photos.
Here's another bad example...
Here's another bad example of hand/arm posing. In this pic, Rachels arms and hands are awkward looking and don't really acentuate her shape.
In this photo her hand/arm...
In this photo her hand/arm placement is much better, and flows with her body's lines pleasingly.
Here's a close-up behind shot...
Here's a close-up behind shot so you can see the difference leg spacing makes. In this pic, Kara's legs are spaced just right.
In this photo, Kara's legs...
In this photo, Kara's legs are spaced too far apart, making for an uncomfortable and awkward pose.
In this pose, Rachel's legs...
In this pose, Rachel's legs are spaced too far apart along with her arms. When spacing arms, the model should be able to bend her arms and not have to keep them straight.