Posts Tagged ‘pose’

Defendant Ends Up Owner of Iconic Photo After a Counter-Suit Settlement

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In a somewhat interesting turn of events regarding an extremely well-known photograph of former football star Desmond Howard, it has been settled that Howard will now be owner of the photograph, originally captured by photographer Brian Masck. Read more…

Photo Prank: Make Your Friends Pose for a Still, Then Take Video Until They Notice

Ready for a laugh? The above video was put together by the band Go Periscope’s Florin Merano, and it shows him goofing off with his friends by pretending he’s taking their picture when, in fact, he’s shooting video. It’s hilarious and even hard to watch at times as his friends awkwardly hold poses for what seems like an eternity waiting for him to snap a photo that he has no intention of taking. Read more…

Tumblr Shows How Common the ‘Arms Crossed’ Pose Is in the Local Paper

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If you ever find yourself on the cover of the local paper, you may want to stay away from the ‘arms crossed’ power pose. It may not seem that common, but a new Tumblr blog begs to differ, and it’s doing a great job of it. Read more…

Artist Mocks the Absurd Poses in Fashion Photos by Showing Them in Real Life

Have you ever noticed how ridiculous many of the poses seen in fashion and glamor photographs are? Artist Yolanda Dominguez has a project called Poses highlighting how absurd and artificial the poses are by having a group of women do them in public locations and filming the reactions of passersby. It’s interesting how something so ridiculous when seen in real life can look so “normal” when done by a model in the context of a fashion photograph.

(via mashKULTURE)

Pose: A Camera Case that Doubles as a Simple Stand

Pose is a camera case that doubles as a simple stand. Designed to replace the little bean bags or mini-tripods that many people carry around separately, Pose has an attachment mount built in, and can either be propped up by itself on flat surfaces or wrapped around poles and curved surfaces. The $24 accessory is available for pre-order over at quirky, and will be manufactured if at least 1,000 people join in.