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A pose is just a pose... I suppose?
In the talk "Looks aren't everything. Believe me, I'm a model." Cameron gives an example of a generic pose models regularly take for photo shoots, a woman walking while looking the opposite way (4:50). Sure this pose makes for a more interesting composition, however Cameron points out that it's kind of ridiculous too. Is a woman walking while looking the opposite way just artistic expression, or is there more to this image than people think?
What messages does the image of a woman walking while looking the opposite way convey? And what does that say about how women are perceived?