This No-Photoshop Guide Will Make You Look Photogenic In Every Photo


Entertainment | By Cole Damon | February 5, 2018

All of us want to look good in pictures. We flex with our pictures after they have been taken and put them through the most stringent online platforms to ensure that we get the desired results, but fail to make the necessary changes before. Here we tell you how to make your photos better through the no-photoshop guide for taking the best photos.

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Attention on the Curves

If you stand like a cadet, there are no chances that you will get the attention you require your image to get. Women with the best curves in photos are often the ones that get the most boys drooling over them in comments.

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Bend What Can Be Bent

Every part of your body that can be bent, such as your ankle, knees, arms, wrists and every other joint should be bent. Also try not to bend too much because you will end up looking distorted if you do that.

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Don't Look Straight Up To the Camera

The secret to getting a great photo is to not look straight at the camera, but to have a side pose and show some of your curves in their true shape. Let the people see your curve and get attracted to your post.

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A Bit Forward

If you want to add more details to the posture of moving forward then you can slightly lift your leg facing the camera. This will give your curves a better shape and highlight what you want to be highlighted in the photo.

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Little Loose and Slant

Being tight and too straight at the camera means that you're too defensive and come across as someone one should avoid. On the other hand being slant and loose means that you are friendly and even look better.

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Fingers on Face

Many of us make the error of opening up our fingers when we are doing our finger on face pose. The best way to get this pose rolling is to close our finger. Fingers let loose spoil the fun and make your picture seem unaesthetic.

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Distribute Your Weight

To get the right look in the camera it is imperative that you foot firmly on your leg facing the camera. Your leg that is facing the camera should be lose, while the one behind should be taking most of your weight.

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Closed Legs

Opening up your legs in front of the camera can be the wrong way to go about things. The better way is to lean sideways and to close your legs and see the results for yourself. Your body closed down would look better and fitter.

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Getting Closer to the Ground

When you're posting for the camera while sitting on the ground is to ensure that you are as close to the ground as possible. Make yourself comfortable and get the best pose by staying close to the ground.

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Don't Sit With Flat Foot

While you're sitting on a couch or a chair for a camera it is imperative that you don't sit with your legs straight and feet flat, while facing the camera. The legs should be slanted and your toes, not your feet, should be extended.

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90 degrees isn't right for Legs

90 degrees isn't the perfect angle, at least not for your legs. As you can see in the image, the girl sitting at a 45 degree angle look way better than the same girl sitting at a 90 degrees angle to the camera.

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Be Yourself

Perhaps the most underrated, but still the best advice you can get about posing is to be yourself. People who try to be themselves get the best photos from their posing sessions. Don't let external factors put you down.

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Create Separation between Arms and Body

When you're posing with your arms to the camera then it is important that you create separation between your arms and your body considering that clamped arms can look fat and uninspiring. Here is an illustration of why you should maintain the distance.

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In Full Body Poses as well

Remember to maintain the separation between your arms and body in a front faced pose as well. Your pose will look better and your whole body will look more relaxed than being clamped together due to the hands.

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Control Your Eyes

Stop yourself from looking like a zombie and control the movement of your eye balls. Sometimes in a bid to look at a camera, we end up damaging the picture of our eyeballs. It is imperative that you have control over your eyes.

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