Right hand is relaxed with thumb curved. A great way to practice correct bow hold is to do bow exercises like "stir the pot", "rocket" and "windshield wiper" while watching your hand and fingers....making sure your thumb is curved and fingers are curved over the frog.
Bow hold is not quite correct. The Thumb should be more curved and wrist should lean towards the cello or tip of bow.
Excellent position of left hand. To correct from Bad Cellist 2: 1. hold your left hand like you are holding a can of soda. Your thumb and fingers should be in a nice C shape with your thumb opposite your middle finger. 2. Check your left wrist to make sure it is straight from knuckles to elbow. 3. Relax your left shoulder. 4. left arm/elbow should be between almost parallel and 45 degree angle to the ground.
C string peg is not by her left ear. left wrist is collapsed and left elbow resting on the body of cello. back of cello is not positioned in front of her sternum. Cello not centered.
Scroll is on the correct side (left). To get the correct position: 1. Sit up straight with cello directly in front of you. 2. extend your arm by holding cello neck and make sure the cello is straight from end pin to scroll. 3. gently lean cello towards your chest with the neck and scroll going towards your LEFT shoulder.
One huge, glaring BAD....the cello is BACKWARDS.