How to become photogenic: 3 best tips!
Do you hate most of your pictures just because you always come out looking unnatural or hideous? Do you feel jealous of people who always come out flawless in photos without any effort? What’s the deal with these pictures?
If being photogenic doesn’t come naturally to you, there are a few easy things that you can do to look better in photos. Try out the steps in this article and stop hiding whenever you see a camera.
1. Find out your “best angle”
For most of professional photo-models being photogenic is just about awareness of how to put their best self forward and hide their blemishes. These are just learned techniques about how to work the camera best (in fact "Miss Photogenic" and "Ms Beauty Queen" are never been the same person). Try to discover your best look by practicing a lot in front of the camera and whet the time of “real” photo-shoot it will come just play what you’ve learned.
2. Relax and think happy thoughts.
It’s easier to say than to do but the more relaxed you feel during the photo shoot, the better your photos will turn out. A forced and unnatural “say cheese” type of smile will make you look weird so when you see a picture is about to be taken just take a deep breath and imagine something funny or think of someone who makes you happy. By doing so, you’ll get a genuine smile and get a good and natural picture.
3. Get a better photographer.
Find a friend with a camera who knows how to make you relaxed and with whom you are comfortable to experiment a lot or just hire a professional one. Experienced portrait photographer always knows how to bring the beauty into your shot. These people are really masters in their trade and with right lighting, exposition, posture and some special tricks they’ll make a picture that you would be proud of.
Subzero Martinez - About Author:
Sorkin Photography is a famous Portrait Photographer Vancouver with years of experience, unique style and exceptional portfolio. If you have any questions about portrait photography - just send her a brief email, call (778) 709-8169 or visit her at 501 West Broadway, Vancouver.
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