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Old 10-05-2005, 07:30 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I am doing some teams and individual photos next week and if someone has some poses for individual it would be helpfull. Thanks
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Old 10-06-2005, 09:36 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I usually get the coaches input. They've done this before and can also help in posing the kids.

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You should learn the player positions and Mike is right. The coaches know the positions and can help you with this.

You can do things to change each person up a little and still keep your assembly line going smoothly. For instance a goalie can hold the ball and a forward(if that is a soccer player position) could put his foot on the ball, etc. This is not a time to get dramatic but it is a time to be unique at the same time and not cookie cut everything and seperate yourself apart.

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Looks like two of the best already gave you some advice. I have shot two soccer tournaments this fall. Agree that the coach is a great place to start. One pose that I've done with forwards is to have them lean against one side of the goal with a soccer ball in one hand and a pair of soccer shoes tied together, hanging around their shoulders, framing about 3/4. Have had a lot of good comments.

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i had the (dis)pleasure of doing location (gym and a small room connected to a gym) soccer individual & team pixs. i had seen what was done the year before and i feel i didn't want to follow that style: the whole child/teen next to OR holding a soccer ball, along with the standard team pix. what i did was do a portrait-type pix of the kid, looking head straight to the camera, holding a ball. i also had them stand in the stance of their position on the playing field, posing for the camera. the team's name along with his jersey number can be seen clearly. many parents liked it, so much they did reorders past their initial orders. i wanted something they could remember their child by, not the whole body but the face, so they could see the changes as their child grew through the years. just a few dissatisfied parents who asked why i cut the soccer ball by cropping it out of the pix.... go figure!! i did discuss my idea with the coaches and they all liked the idea; i also used the coach to organize their team members for the team pixs, plus to get each child to the designated spot for their pixs. i'd greet each team member as they appeared, plus talked to the coach when they initally arrived, explaining how i would work; if all were present, team pixs first to avoid waiting a long time (kids get restless); if not, individual pixs first till all members were present... hope this helps
 
 
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