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For my 365 project I did a Self-Portrait Stag Jump.

I also tried some other jumps before I did the stag jump and I thought I’d share them with you!

Above are the outtakes, the first is the one I chose for my 365. At the end you will see some sunset photographs – I took these about 20 minutes after we did the jump. Amazing!

 

Jump Tips

I get a lot of requests for Jump Tips. So here are some I thought you would find useful!

  • Wear shorts or jeans as 90% of Skirts will fly up!
  • Have a clear image in your mind, of what you want the jump to look like.
  • Tie up your hair, or have it down, or wear sunglasses on your head or just tie part of your hair up. If you don’t, 90% of the time your hair does crazy things and will likely cover your face.
  • Don’t wear shoes. Jumps look so much more carefree without them! BUT if you do have to wear shoes, wear light colour shoes – that why you won’t really see them.
  • Think of something happy or whatever emotion you are trying to express when you jump.
  • The best expression to have is have your mouth closed and maybe gently smile 🙂
  • Point your toes when you jump. Every little detail is important, and everyone notices pointed toes!

These tips are simple but it can take time putting them into practice. When you take these tips and put them into action you will find these tips very helpful!

I have put everything I’ve learned about modelling and all my experience in Modelling Tips for Models & Photographers eBook. 

If you want to model better, quicker, look the best in your photographs than ever before, read:-

-> Modelling Tips for Models & Photographers eBook <-

 

What do readers say?

“Sasha doesn’t just touch the tip of the iceberg in this book; she goes down deep below and talks through every step, every possibility and every outcome. ”

“Absolutely stunning and something every photographer should have on their bookshelf.”

– Kitty Gallannaugh, photographer.

“Modelling Tops for Models and Photographers was written simply and was very easy to understand. I’ve always had trouble instructing my models what to do because I wasn’t sure what was right, only what just looked good.

But from this book I’ve learned great new and interesting tips to expand my photography, especially for portraits and even to start self-portraits!”

– Stephanie Lam, university student studying graphic design & photography

Want more reviews?

For more reviews, visit -> Modelling Tips eBook Reviews <-

I promise you, you’ll love the eBook!

Any questions?

If you have any questions, please leave a comment below or email me. 😀


4 Responses to “I’m a Stag – Extra Photographs”

  1. Valentina
    19 September 2011 at 8:18 PM #

    amazing shots and jump!!! great pics!!
    i too would love to try a jump!

    Thank you for your great tips!

    • Sasha Bell
      2 October 2011 at 6:39 PM #

      Thanks, I’m so glad you liked the tips it’s alway nice to get feedback ^_^

  2. Hanadi
    29 September 2011 at 5:33 PM #

    thank you for these tips 😀 ! !

    <3

    • Sasha Bell
      2 October 2011 at 6:36 PM #

      You’re welcome! 😀


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