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kristopherfisheraudio says

So next Tuesday I am off to get some photos done, two of my friends have a very successful clothing line and their photographer is going to take some ‘promo’ shots of me for IMDB and general use.

Any ideas of what might look cool? They want to do two clothing changes, one smart, the other casual. And they have a ‘gentleman’s club’ set with wing back chairs etc they want me to use for some of the photos.

Any input into what poses to do and not to do?

I’m thinking just a straight up head-shot without the typical posing while leaning on your hand haha.

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SoundFix says

Well your going to need some cigars for the gentlemans club shots ;)

To be honest, I’m not sure what you should do but definitely don’t lean on your hand or do any kind of unusual eyebrow movements. :)

I am very bad at posing for pictures, I can’t smile on cue so I always just look depressed!

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kristopherfisheraudio says

Yeah the head leaning on hand etc is a no go! I might do one and over exaggerate it just for lols.

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