HOW TO TAKE A FLATTERING PHOTO by Nisha 🌞 Sebastian - Musely
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HOW TO TAKE A FLATTERING PHOTO

posted in Beauty
02/02/2015
  • Choose the right angle: Make sure the camera is at least eye level—if not higher—when taking pictures. This angle will highlight those gorgeous eyes and hide any less than flattering elements under the chin.
    Choose the right angle: Make sure the camera is at least eye level—if not higher—when taking pictures. This angle will highlight those gorgeous eyes and hide any less than flattering elements under the chin.
  • Smile like you mean it.: "This is a hard one, and everyone will have a different kind of smile that works best for them, but here are a few tips:  The best smile is always an authentic one, so think of something or someone who makes you smile when posing for a photo.
    Smile like you mean it.: "This is a hard one, and everyone will have a different kind of smile that works best for them, but here are a few tips: The best smile is always an authentic one, so think of something or someone who makes you smile when posing for a photo.
  • If you need to fake a smile, try pushing your tongue against the top front of your mouth. This will help lift your cheeks and make your smile feel real. Finally, when all else fails, look at the pictures of yourself where you like your smile and learn to replicate that. "

  • Go towards the light.: "The more light, the better. Smart phones and point and shoot cameras are getting better, but low light is still their weakness. Wherever you can find some light—whether it's a window, a doorway, a candle, or a bathroom mirror—go towards it and take the picture there.
    Go towards the light.: "The more light, the better. Smart phones and point and shoot cameras are getting better, but low light is still their weakness. Wherever you can find some light—whether it's a window, a doorway, a candle, or a bathroom mirror—go towards it and take the picture there.
  • This is one case where you definitely want to follow the light. Also, keep that light in front of you and not to the side, which will result in unfortunate shadows on your face.

  • Primp without going overboard.:"Mascara and lipstick (or lip gloss) are the most important makeup elements when posing for a photo. It's easy to get carried away with eyeshadow and blush, but they can distract,  so keep it simple and light
    Primp without going overboard.:"Mascara and lipstick (or lip gloss) are the most important makeup elements when posing for a photo. It's easy to get carried away with eyeshadow and blush, but they can distract, so keep it simple and light
  • But really, the key to great makeup is the way that it makes you feel: Use what makes you feel beautiful, because it's not the makeup but your confidence that will really make you shine."

  • A tailor can make a world of difference.:
"Clothes that don't fit never look good—whether they are too big or too small."
    A tailor can make a world of difference.:
    "Clothes that don't fit never look good—whether they are too big or too small."
  • Do something with your hands.:
"Don't just leave them hanging! Put them in your pockets or on your hips, cross your arms...basically anything is better than just having them hang there."
    Do something with your hands.:
    "Don't just leave them hanging! Put them in your pockets or on your hips, cross your arms...basically anything is better than just having them hang there."
  • Your outfit should make you pop.:
"When picking colors, it's best to avoid really crazy patterns and colors that are too close to your skin tone. Pick something that provides a nice contrast to your skin."
    Your outfit should make you pop.:
    "When picking colors, it's best to avoid really crazy patterns and colors that are too close to your skin tone. Pick something that provides a nice contrast to your skin."

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