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Couple Photography Techniques.

81. Balloons – Sources: {A} Anna Perevertaylo {B} Mikki Platt Photography Check out our favorite balloons, Here and Here!

96. Blanket – Sources: {A} Chard Photographer {B} Aqua Photo

70. Fireside – Sources: {A} Alixann Loosle Photography {B} Aria Photography

20. A cordial pose, ask the couple to sit comfortably on their favorite sofa.

Here at The Dating Divas, we believe in the importance of couples pictures.  There’s just something magical about the way a picture can capture and preserve our memories and feelings.  Just think about the way you feel when you look back at your engagement and wedding photos.  Isn’t it wonderful how all of those feelings of love come flooding back?   

3. Hand on Chest Couple Poses – Sources: {A} Chard Photographer {B} Hoffland Studios

11. Only Guy Looks – Sources: {A} Matt Clayton Photography {B} Aria Photography {C}

85. Flowers – Sources: {A} Aria Photography {B} Hoffland Studios

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22. Forehead to Forehead – Sources: {A} Chard Photographer {B} Heidi Ryder Photography {C} Chard Photographer

24. Hugging Couple Poses – Sources: {A} Jessica’s Photography  {B} Heidi Ryder Photography {C} Kylee Ann Photography

91. Picnic – Sources: {A} Rebecca Ames Photography {B} Chard Photographer

89. Swing – Sources: {A} Drew B Photography {B} Hoffland Studios

If you and your sweetie don’t have children yet, this post is perfect for you!  And if you do have children, this post is perfect for you, too!  

33. Walking Couple Poses – Sources: {A} Josh Elliott Studios {B} Chard Photographer

9. Arm in Arm Couple Poses – Sources: {A} Alicia Q. Photography {B} Mikki Platt Photography {C} Krystal & Co. Photography

106.  Order Prints-  When it comes time to order your pictures, don’t forget to order some prints!  So many people just get the CD- and then it ends up lost in a drawer when they could have a gorgeous print on the living room wall instead.  Also, plan ahead and consider how and where you’re going to be displaying your pictures in your home.  It makes ordering so much easier.  It can get pricey, but remember you’re not just buying pictures- you’re preserving memories.  {To keep the cost down, Shutterfly always is running amazing deals on prints. If you haven’t checked them out already, they are a must!}

95. Lights {some like these would be perfect!} – Sources: {A} Andria Lindquist {B} Kylee Ann Photography

97. Instruments – Sources: {A} William Huff Photography {B} Drew B Photography

104.  Communicate-  Once you know what you want, make sure you communicate it to your photographer.  By showing him/her some of your favorite couple poses, locations, and props- you can easily get on the same page and are much more likely to capture the style of pictures that you’re after.  

Posing Guide: 21 Sample Poses to Get You Started with Photographing Couples

105.  Rely on Your Photographer- After you’ve communicated what you want to your photographer, make sure you ask for and value their opinion as well.  After all, they are the professional.  They will know if there are any problems with your chosen location, or if there are better options available.  

While your photographer is sure to have suggestions and guidance on posing, knowing a couple of pose ideas beforehand that you absolutely LOVE can really help you get just the picture you’re looking for.  Here are some of our favorite posing ideas for couples…

37. Being Silly – Sources: {A} Mikki Platt Photography {B} Natalie Norton

2. Ask the couple to stand very close to each other to catch intimate close-up portraits. Don’t be afraid to zoom in and crop real tight!

14. Kissing Couple Poses – Sources: {A} Taylor Lord Creative {B} EK Studios Photo & Video {C} Chard Photographer

73. Sports Field or Court – Sources: {A} Glass Jar Photography {B} Matt Clayton Photography

10. A fun pose. Don’t presume this to be appropriate only with younger people. If an older couple feels fine with it, this pose will work absolutely superb with them as well. Try different framings, take full height shots, half height ones and close-ups.

The difference between a good picture and a great picture is in the details.  So don’t forget to add in some fun props for that little something extra.  The best props are typically the ones that help you interact together or that have special meaning to your relationship.  Choose props that really personalize the picture.  So if you enjoy biking together, bring along your bikes!  Or how about a picnic lunch to enjoy together while your photographer captures the connection that is uniquely your own.  (Oh, and if you’re planning an anniversary photo shoot- try incorporating a favorite wedding photograph or the number of years you’ve been married!  Wouldn’t that be a fun tradition to start?)

56. Beach – Sources: {A} Chard Photographer {B} Walter Wilson Studios

10. Only Girl Looks – Sources: {A} Chard Photographer {B} Anna Lee Media {C} Alicia Q. Photography

47. Only One in Focus – Sources: {A} Chard Photographer {B} Chard Photographer 

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Here’s 16 of our favorites for you to print and take with you on your next couple shoot:

58. Country – Sources: {A}Matt Clayton Photography {B} Anna Perevertaylo

We want you to enjoy your photo shoot, so we’ve taken the hard part “figuring out how to pose for pictures” out of the equation! Get inspired with all these couples photography ideas and have fun snapping pics with your spouse!

16. A couple lying close together on the ground. Make them lift their upper bodies a bit by using their arms as supports. He might embrace her gently. Shoot from a very low angle.

6. Creates a very romantic mood. Works best outdoors with some open space in the background. Shoot only slightly from a back. Remember that you have to be far enough to the couples side to be able to capture each person’s closest eye, otherwise you will create an impersonal, “empty” shot.

67. Boat – Sources: {A} Chard Photographer {B} Natalie Franke

9. Easy to realize pose for a full height shot. Creates a calm and affectionate mood.

90. Fence – Sources: {A} Casey McFarland Photography {B} Aria Photography

60. Forest – Sources: {A} Casey McFarland Photography {B} Casey McFarland Photography

For even more photography inspiration, make sure to follow our “Couples Photography Ideas” and “Family Picture Ideas” boards on Pinterest.

49. Foot Pop – Sources: {A} Aqua Photo {B} Krystal & Co. Photography

55. Amusement Park {or Fair} – Sources: {A} Stock Photo {B} Walter Wilson Studios

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13. Right Before Kiss – Sources: {A} Walter Wilson Studios {B} Matt Clayton Photography  {C} Simplicity Photography

74. Cafe – Sources: {A} Anna Lee Media {B} Rebecca Ames Photography

41.  Grab His Clothes – Sources: {A} Chard Photographer {B} Anna Perevertaylo

11. Very nice way to show the affection when meeting each other. Works very well in crowded places, such as a famous meeting point in a city, trains or metro stations etc.

12. A pose with a little bit of fun. The crucial part is her leg positioning, each leg should be bent in different angles. While he is still lifting her, take a close-up portrait shot as well.

32. Leaning In – Sources: {A} Glass Jar Photography {B} Corinna Hoffman {C} Aqua Photo

82. Books – Sources: {A} Casey McFarland Photography {B} Casey McFarland Photography

18. Top of Head Kiss – Sources: {A} Casey McFarland Photography  {B} Kylee Ann Photography {C} Chard Photographer

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8. Wrapped in His Arms – Sources: {A} Kylee Ann Photography {B} Kylee Ann Photography {C} Kate Benson Photography

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5. Just a variant with her holding him from behind. Remember that the couple doesn’t necessarily have to look in the camera. For better results, make them interact with each other by talking, flirtatious looks, laughing etc.

7. Find some elevation and shoot your subjects from above. A common pose shot from an unusual angle is always creative and will often reward you with surprisingly good results.

43. Reflection – Sources: {A} Stock Photo {B} Anna Lee Media {C} Corinna Hoffman

4. Hand on Back of Head – Sources: {A} Kylee Ann Photography {B} Kate Benson Photography

88. Car OR Truck – Sources: {A} Chard Photographer {B} Anna Perevertaylo

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1. Arm Around Her Neck – Sources: {A} Matt Clayton Photography {B} Kristen Booth {C} Chard Photographer

17. Another variant with a couple lying on the ground. This time with a little interspace.

51. Staring Contest – Sources: {A} Casey McFarland Photography {B} Heidi Ryder Photography {C} Andria Lindquist

42. Tippy Toes Couple Poses – Sources: {A} Matt Clayton Photography  {B} Casey McFarland Photography  {C} Chard Photographer

It’s almost time for Family Pictures again!  Last fall we aired our popular 101 Family Picture Tips & Ideas to give you TONS of ideas and inspiration.  We decided it was time to focus on Couples Photography! We wanted you to be prepared for your next couple photoshoot, so we gathered…

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21. Cheek to Cheek – Sources: {A} Kate Benson Photography {B} Kylee Ann Photography {C} Mikki Platt Photography

65. Train Tracks – Sources: {A} Josh Elliott Studios {B} Aria Photography

21. Sometimes shooting a couple may mean maternity photography. Some poses from this couples series work also pretty well for such an occasion. Simply adjust a posing accordingly to show the couple’s feelings about and interactions with the unborn new life.

78. In Bed – Sources: {A} Andria Lindquist {B} Rebecca Ames Photography

19. Nose Kiss – Sources: {A} Taylor Lord Creative {B} Taylor Lord Creative

94. Letters – Sources: {A} Anna Lee Media {B} Anna Lee Media

And today we’re making it easy for you to do. Because we’ve gathered so much couples photography inspiration, we decided to organize it so you can find exactly what you’re looking for.

40. Whispering a Secret – Sources: {A} Chard Photographer {B} Heidi Ryder Photography {C} Walter Wilson Studios

87. Canoe – Sources: {A} Chard Photographer {B} Aria Photography

7. Arms Around Waist – Sources: {A}EK Studios Photo & Video {B} Chard Photographer 

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30. Lying on Stomachs – Sources: {A} Anna Lee Media {B} Stock Photo {C} Anna Lee Media 

2. Hand on Cheek – Sources: {A} Rebecca Ames Photography {B} Chard Photographer {C} Stock Photo

93. Umbrella {this red one would be so cute!} – Sources: {A} Jean Smith Photography {B} Aria Photography

27. Sitting On Lap – Sources: {A} Aqua Photo {B} Melissa Jill

Either way, during this year’s family pictures, make sure you have your photographer snap some pics of just the two of you.  Or better yet, make it a tradition to have an annual anniversary photo shoot.

In the previous articles in this posing guide series we looked individually at posing female subjects, posing male subjects and posing children (there are links to the full series of posing guides below). In those individual person portraits the main subject was a single person and her or his personality. In comparison, couple photography is more about connection, interaction and above all – feelings between two people. And most probably those are very deep and passionate feelings, which makes couple photography so delightful and positive.

1. Easy starting pose standing face to face (but looking to the camera) and her holding an arm on his chest. Take both close-up as well as vertical shots.

62. Lake – Sources: {A} EK Studios Photo & Video {B} Aria Photography

But after the kiddos come along, we usually start taking tons of pictures of them and forget to take pictures of us – the reason behind it all.  Of course, we want to capture these moments with our children before they are grown and gone.  But it’s important to remember to capture our own moments along the way too. That’s why we felt it was important to gather some inspiration for your next couples photography session!

8. Another romantic pose. Works best outdoors with some open space in the background. Works also very well as a silhouette against a bright background, in front of a sunset, for example.

28. Lying in Lap – Sources: {A} Glass Jar Photography {B} Elle Bowes {C} Taylor Lord Creative

16. Cheek Kiss – Sources: {A} Chard Photographer {B} Mikki Platt Photography {C} Kylee Ann Photography

29. Lying on Backs – Sources: {A} Bobbi Photo {B} Chard Photographer {C} Simplicity Photography

66. Grassy Knoll – Sources: {A} Aria Photography {B} Walter Wilson Studios

35. Dancing Couple Poses – Sources: {A} Matt Clayton Photography {B} Heidi Ryder Photography {C} Kate Benson Photography

14. Another variant with a walking couple. This time couple walks close together and holds onto each other. Again, take several shots and choose those with the most elegant leg positioning.

83. Bubbles OR Bubble Gum – Sources: {A} Walter Wilson Studios {B} Aria Photography Bubble gun, Here!

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12. Looking Back – Sources: {A} Casey McFarland Photography {B} Jessica Janae Photography {C} Chard Photographer

You’ll want these couple pictures to match your personality and reflect this time in your lives.  Choosing a great location is the perfect way to do that!  Consider where you spend a lot of time together and which places hold special significance to your relationship.  If you love baking together, why not set up the shoot in your kitchen?  If  you met at the grocery store, why not take your couple pictures there?  And if you love playing a sport together, why not make a whole themed photo shoot out of it?  Who says you have to be traditional?  Get creative and personal and make these pictures your own.

77. Comfy Chair at Home – Sources: {A} Jean Smith Photography {B} Heidi Ryder Photography

So sit back, relax, and start scrolling for some serious couples photography inspiration!

39. Laughing Couple Poses – Sources: {A} EK Studios Photo & Video {B} Walter Wilson Studios {C} Josh Elliott Studios

5. Head on Shoulder – Sources: {A} Chard Photographer {B} Stock Photo {C} Kristen Booth

19. Informal and fun way to pose for a couple lying on their backs.

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Generally a couple should be easy to engage in a photo shoot. If they are initially a bit shy or feeling uncomfortable, just ask them to show you how they felt and looked when they met for the first time. You will invoke them on an emotional level, providing you with natural and loving expressions in their portraits

25. Holding Hands – Sources: {A} Amy Gray Photography {B} Chard Photographer

18. A good example to show that two persons can very well be positioned asymmetrically.

52. Arm Across Shoulders – Sources: {A} Chard Photographer {B} Chard Photographer {C} Chard Photographer

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26. Showing Off the Ring – Sources: {A} Amy Gray Photography {B} Amy Gray Photography {C} Melissa Jill

44. Silhouette – Sources: {A} Walter Wilson Studios {B} Amy Gray Photography  {C} Chard Photographer

6. Arms From Behind – Sources: {A} Kylee Ann Photography {B} Chard Photographer {C} EK Studios Photo & Video

75. Park – Sources: {A} Casey McFarland Photography {B} EK Studios Photo & Video

4. Fun and loving pose with her holding onto his back and shoulders. Pay attention to hand positioning: It should be simple and natural.

103.  Get Organized-  For a flawless photo shoot, make sure you’re organized and know what you want.  Download our Free Printable Picture Planner and write down your budget, what you plan to wear, and some of your favorite couples photography poses, locations, and props.  

101. Steps – Sources: {A} Natalie Franke {B} Anna Kirby Photo

100. Chair OR Couch – Sources: {A} EK Studios Photo & Video {B} Mikki Platt Photography

Whatever stage of life you and your sweetheart are in, make sure you’re capturing these memories!  

50. Side by Side – Sources: {A} Elle Bowes {B} Aqua Photo {C} Elle Bowes

31. Cross Legged – Sources: {A} Chard Photographer {B} Kristen Booth {C} Esther Louise

15. Hide the Kiss – Sources: {A} Aqua Photo {B} Aria Photography

38. Piggy-Back Ride – Sources: {A} Chard Photographer {B} Josh Elliott Studios {C} Chard Photographer

Location is everything. Think about what kind of location really represents you as a couple when you’re trying to decide where to take pictures. Ready for some more couples photography inspiration?

61. Wildflower Field – Sources: {A} Lyndsey Kaye {B} Heidi Ryder Photography

17. Forehead Kiss – Sources: {A} Jessica Janae Photography {B} Chard Photographer {C} Chard Photographer

54. Swept Off Feet – Sources: {A} EK Studios Photo & Video {B} Aqua Photo {C} EK Studios Photo & Video

107.  Just Do It-  You don’t HAVE  to do an elaborate photo shoot.  Keep it simple if you want.  Even if it’s just a quick 10-minute session that your neighbor took in your backyard, or that you took of yourselves on the couch with a tripod – just do it!  Make sure you’re capturing these memories in your marriage. You’ll be so glad you did!  

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 (And to our soon-to-be-married readers, these tips will help you plan the perfect engagement shoot!)

72. Military Base – Sources: {A} Elle Bowes {B} Mikki Platt Photography

68. Around Town – Sources: {A} Mikki Platt Photography {B} Mikki Platt Photography {C} Kate Benson Photography

46. Leading the Way – Sources: {A} Chard Photographer {B} Heidi Ryder Photography {C} Anna Lee Media

36. Dip – Sources: {A} Walter Wilson Studios {B} Caitlin Boswell {C} Alicia Q. Photography

57. City – Sources: {A} Walter Wilson Studios {B} Kylee Ann Photography

71. Laundromat – Sources: {A} Kate Elizabeth Photography  {B} Kate Elizabeth Photography

23. Back to Back – Sources: {A} Natalie Norton {B} Chard Photographer {C} Anna Lee Media

84. Hammock – Sources: {A} Joyeuse Photography {B} Alixann Loosle Photography Check out this beautiful hammock!

20. Nose to Nose Couple Poses – Sources: {A} Hoffland Studios {B} A Frame Forward Photography {C} EK Studios Photo & Video

79. Snow – Sources: {A} Casey McFarland Photography {B} Aria Photography

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15. Never forget that there often are good opportunities simply shooting from the back.

53. Arms Around Neck – Sources: {A} EK Studios Photo & Video{B} Chard Photographer 

92. Kite {I love this kite – it would add such a splash of color!} – Sources: {A} JoPhoto {B} JoPhoto

63. Barn – Sources: {A} Krystal & Co. Photography {B} EK Studios Photo & Video

80. Bikes – Sources: {A} Drew B Photography {B} Aria Photography

3. Very easy and cordial pose with him holding her from behind. The couple may look straight into the camera or at each other. They might even kiss for a more emotive shot.

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48. Walking Away – Sources: {A} Melissa Jill {B} Kate Benson Photography {C} Hoffland Studios

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59. Mountain – Sources: {A} Josh Elliott Studios {B} Walter Wilson Studios

Yep!  You asked for more couples photography ideas and we’re delivering – just for you.  {Cuz we LOVE our readers!} 

45. Zoomed In – Sources: {A} Taylor Lord Creative {B} Chard Photographer

Check out our other Posing Guides in this Series at: Posing Guide: Sample poses for photographing Women Part 1 Posing Guide: Sample posees for photographing Women Part 2 Posing Guide: Sample poses for photographing Men Posing Guide: Sample Poses for photographing Children Posing Guide: Sample Poses for Photographing Couples Posing Guide: Sample Poses for Photographing Groups of People Posing Guide: Sample Poses for Photographing Weddings Grab Our Guide to Portrait Posing

13. Take shots of the couple walking hand in hand approaching from a distance. Shoot in burst mode only! However, the majority of your shots will look awkward because of the leg movement. Therefore, the second part of your job is to select the photos with the best leg movement and positioning afterwards.

Allow me to repeat the previously stated – look at these sample poses as a starting point only. That’s the reason why they are rough sketches instead of real photos. You can’t and should not repeat the pose exactly, instead adjust the pose creatively according to your shooting environment and scenario.

64. Desert – Sources: {A} Melissa Jill {B} Chard Photographer

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New child photography may be exceptionally difficult , not solely as a result of the fashions can are typically a bit uncooperative, but additionally due to the reality they spend plenty of time sleeping and very little time smiling. This text has a few hints and tips that should hopefully present you how to photograph newborn infants and be certain that you end up with a shot that the household will need to treasure forever.

The lighting of your shot shall be particularly important. You don`t want to go exposing newborn eyes to vivid flash bulbs, so try and take images in circumstances which can be naturally vivid when photographing newborns. Increase the ISO and exposure compensation on your camera in low light levels , but check to guantee that the image doesn`t change into too grainy as a result.

Remember to take into account the angles at which you are taking your shots. It may be very easy to fall into the behavior of all the time capturing from above, so before lengthy you`ve got an album stuffed with photographs trying down on the child. Strive getting down on the identical level because the newborn, and allow them to fill the complete frame of your photo.

Focus on among the smaller aspects of their face, or on a single hand or foot to get some really attention-grabbing macro shots. It is normally an idea to keep your digital camera on a continuous taking pictures mode, as a baby `s expression can change extremely quickly. Take plenty of photographs for every setup, and hopefully you will be left with one perfect one. Digital photography permits you delete any undesirable shots.

Keep in mind that these photographs are being taken to capture the second and to look back on in years to come. Think of what pictures and reminiscences you need to preserve. If there is any item or toy that plays an important half of their early days, seize it. The household shot is all the time a favorite ; so make sure you get one of both mum and pop with the baby. Some other classic shots to consider are ones with the infant `s hand or foot in its mother `s hand to emphasize the distinction in dimension , or shots of the mother nursing seize the intimacy of the relationship.

By following these newborn photography ideas you will be able to improve your photography expertise and find yourself with photographs price wanting again on many years from now.

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