How To Pose Like A Top Male Mode.
Hands in Your Pockets: A natural ease is everything when it comes to modeling. Imagine you’re out for a relaxing stroll.
Picture Perfect Smile + Laying Down: May your smile brighten the world and appear as it radiates from deep inside. Hello, you’re a commercial perfection and don’t forget, just a little teeth. And for laying down, the camera is your lifeline and clothes your charm. Shine, shine, shine!
The Beauty Pose: A relaxed arm, a beautiful face and a look of divine enlightenment just may win you a fragrance contract. Simon Nessman by Bruce Weber for Giorgio Armani.
The Model Jump: Hope you have strong knees. To get the perfect picture, you have to be comfortable with jumping continuously. Don’t forget your face, your light and the clothes. After all, it’s all about the clothes.
Posing Nude: Imagine you’re a work of art and your soul purpose is to inspire. Your body is amazing and you have piercing eyes that can see into the soul. You let your guard down and you have the perfect picture.
The Art of Undress: The face is right, the look is great but you need something interesting to do…what about a tug or unbuttoning?
The Model Stroll: Cheers to modeling head to toe. Sometimes, it’s a great look to appear candid. With attention to the clothes and your best angle, you’ll be a pro in no time. Don’t forget about that arched foot. It indicates movement.
The Magic Hand: Serving face isn’t quite enough all the time and you need to mix it up. How about a helping hand? Touch your face but not really. It needs to look natural but not quite, it’s a moment of contemplation after all.
The Underwear Pose: So you want to be a top model? Sometimes, you may have to model underwear and the key is to look as natural as possible. Confidence is key and the six pack doesn’t hurt. Here, you are lounging about and just happen to be wearing underwear. Matthew Terry by Lachlan Bailey for Calvin Klein Underwear.
The Arm Arch: Particularly useful when modeling suiting and showcasing sharp lines, it’s important to know how to make precise angles. Clément Chabernaud models a tailoring look for Italian fashion house Gucci.