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I've got a shoot coming up for a mother and 18 yo son. Her son is in the military and will be in town for a few days and she wanted to take some studio photos with him. I'm trying to think of a few good ways to pose them in studio. Any one have suggestions, links or examples? They will be wearing semi-formal attire and her son will be bringing his uniform as well.

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I would say get them out in a park :P let her treat him so he was a little boy again ie push him on the swing might sound silly sorry :(

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one shot I would get that mom will treasure, is her son kissing her on the cheek.

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One of the son in uniform standing at attention with his mom kissing him on the cheek and the son having a slight smirk on his face would be cute :). Shows him as the grown man he has become but still having a soft spot for mom.

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johndoorley wrote in post #11765299external link
one shot I would get that mom will treasure, is her son kissing her on the cheek.

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MelanieP wrote in post #11819970external link
One of the son in uniform standing at attention with his mom kissing him on the cheek and the son having a slight smirk on his face would be cute :). Shows him as the grown man he has become but still having a soft spot for mom.

Just what I was thinking.

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Maybe shoot her adjusting his uniform a bit, check his tie etc, so you get a good connection between them.

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Gundogs wrote in post #11834124external link
Maybe shoot her adjusting his uniform a bit, check his tie etc, so you get a good connection between them.

I love this idea. I think, in general, getting them to interact is a great idea. Sometimes, with adults, I will ask each of them separately (before shooting them, ideally - by email) to answer the following question with regards to one another: If you had only 3 words (separate words) to describe X - what would they be?

I often talk about these while shooting them - and there are always interesting reactions when these words are shared. Just a thought.

Good luck!

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