The Urban Photography poses of the past have long been a part of our collective cultural consciousness, but as we enter the 21st century, we’re seeing new perspectives on photography, posing, and the urban landscape.
In this edition of Photography Poses, we examine some of the most popular, and most interesting, poses from the past 20 years.
Here are 10 poses that will challenge your mind and inspire you to make beautiful, memorable images.1.
The Little Woman in the Water: The little girl in the water is one of the best portraits in the world, and it is one that was captured by the great French photographer Louis Blanc in 1927.
He used a technique called the ‘le panorama’ to take a close-up shot of the girl in front of him, but in the process of capturing the pose, he lost his balance and fell into the water.
His camera snapped a few pictures of the child, but they were too blurry to make out her silhouette.
So, he used the same technique to capture the image of the little girl floating in the shallow water, and finally got the picture that he had been looking for.2.
The Girl on the Boat: The Little Girl on a Boat is one beautiful photograph.
The photograph was captured in 1937 by photographer John Wayne Gacy.
He was an ex-convict, and his wife, Patricia, was a drug addict.
She was trying to escape her life of crime by jumping off the back of the boat into the river.
Gacy captured the image in a watercolour print, but it was a very difficult picture to capture, especially for an inexperienced photographer.
Gaby took a close up, then a few seconds later, shot the boat from above, using a digital camera and lens.
This was a risky and very challenging shot, and not easy for the average person to take.
The image was taken in front the river, so the water was very shallow, and there were no other boats nearby.
So Gacy was very aware of the dangers of being in such close proximity to the river and the river itself, and he made the decision to get the photograph underwater, and focus on the little boy floating in front.3.
The Dog on the Beach: This is one amazing photograph.
It is an incredible image of a dog.
A dog has never been used in a photograph before, but photographer George S. Bowers used this image in his book, The Dog, in 1935.
He photographed the dog standing on the beach with his front paws over his ears, which is an extremely strange pose.
The dog’s ears are very low, so you can’t see them very clearly.
The animal is standing there, looking at the sun, and looking at its owner.
He didn’t want to be seen as a bad guy.
He wanted to be the only dog around.4.
The Woman on the Road: The woman on the road in this photograph is a very famous photograph of the 1920s.
The famous photograph was taken by photographer Georges Clouzot in 1925.
Clou, a French photographer, was in the middle of a long and arduous trip, taking photos of people and cars, when he started to get tired.
He stopped taking photos and went back to sleep.
He decided to sleep on the pavement of his house, and take some pictures of himself.
When he woke up, the photograph was still there.
He got out of bed, took the photo, and sent it to the photographer, who was delighted.
The photographer gave it to his wife.
The woman is sitting in front, looking out over the street, looking over the window.
Clu, of course, was the first person to use the term ‘street photographer’ in France, and today, it is a part the language of photography.
The name ‘street’ was taken from Clou’s original title of ‘photographer sur la terrain’, which was a reference to the landscape.
It referred to the fact that he was taking pictures in the street.5.
The Clown on the Train: This was one of my favorite poses.
In 1938, American photographer Charles Eisenberg, who worked with many of the famous photographers of the time, photographed the famous Clown on a train in New York.
The picture was a masterpiece of American photography, and one that will always live on in our collective memory.
This is a photograph of a man sitting on a seat, his arms folded, while looking out the window at the train.
He’s got a face on his right side and his mouth is open.
This man has got the clown face on the side of his face, and then he’s got his left side up, and has his head down.
This kind of poses was common during the 1920-30s, and we’re still seeing it today.6.
The Face in the Window: This photo of a young man on a balcony in the late 1960