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Tips On Looking Your Thinnest In Photos
For full body shots:
Wear dark colors
Use good posture
Pretend you’re a turtle and push your neck forward a bit, feels weird but totally works, promise!
Thin, clingy fabrics
Flattening your arms against your body or your legs together
I love taking head shots from above. It’s flattering and it shows off your eyes. Double threat!
Objects closest to the camera may appear larger than they are. Always remember that the closest thing to the camera will take the spotlight. If we were doing “sexy” photos to show off her assets we might choose the pose on the left, but in the cases when u want ur face to be the focus.
OK, so here’s the set up: You are with your friends at dinner and you want a photo together, so you hand the camera to the person next to you and lean back to get in the photo with your girls. Pretty standard, right?
Except now the photo is primarily of your arm, which is totally not what you guys were going for. In this case I say jump up and bend in to stand over your friends putting all of your heads on s similar playing field.Not only will it be more flattering but it will also bring balance to the photo…
(we were kind of cracking up cause Mandi kept making her most awkward faces to add to the ambiance)
Are you kind of seeing a pattern here? It’s really all about the distortion of size that the camera creates based on how close or far something is to the lens.
Just make sure you’re all as close to the same distance from the photographer as possible.
I hope this helps you feel better about your posing in the future but I also hope it helps you realize how easy it is for a photo to get distorted and not let it stress you out or ruin an otherwise lovely image for you.