pose for (someone or something)

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pose for (someone or something)

1. To strike and hold a particular pose so that one may be photographed or painted (by someone). I've been trying to find a new model to pose for me. I hate posing for pictures—it always feels so forced!
2. To arrange a person or thing into a particular pose before being photographed or painted (by someone). The camera man posed me for the photoshoot. My job is to pose the food for promotional photographs, making it look as delicious as possible.
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pose for someone or something

to assume a posture appropriate to the subject of a photograph or painting. Paul wanted me to pose for him, but I declined. Will you pose for my painting?
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Earlier, it was the senators who posed for the 'dab' with the Cebuana skateboarder.
The Suddenly Susan star, who posed for Calvin Klein to sell jeans when she was just 15 years old, confessed her insecurity as she posed in adverts for Swimsuits For All with former Spice Girl Mel B.
Many models and celebrities have posed for Playboy.
New York, April 13 (ANI): Israeli model Bar Refaeli was pictured in a variety of swimsuits as she posed for a photo shoot for a magazine with tanned and toned men of the MTV reality TV show 'Jersey Shore'.
This article is dedicated to Monique, Kristine, Tori, Lisa, Michael and Joel, who have shared their wisdom, Special thanks to Tori for her help with this article and who posed for the accompanying pictures.
That's what Dumas means when she writes that she "uses secondhand images and firsthand emotions." What she presents has nothing to do with recapturing the impulse that animated the person who once posed for somebody's camera.
(http://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/2012/08/14/tim-tebow-jesus-pose-in-gq-stirs-controversy-on-sports-radio/) Fox News pointed out that the photo was actually digitally altered and that Tebow posed for the GQ shot back when he was under center for the Florida Gators.
And Kristen Stewart and On the Road co-star Kirsten Dunst were all smiles when they posed for the Press.
World champion swimmer Grant Hackett has posed for the magazine in a custom-built fish tank.