Today’s generation has become so used to of the pictures that cannot imagine living without that. Be it an occasion, an outing or anything, an image is a must. And, the astounding craze of selfies with the smartphones is something which a 4-year-old champ cannot avoid, let’s not talk about the adults. But, having a perfect picture is not everyone’s cup of tea. People use multiple filters to hide the minute details which go wrong while taking the shot.
Here are some professional yet straightforward tips which will make it much easier for you to capture a perfect picture.
1. AVOID CAPTURING LOW-ANGLE SHOTS
Taking low angle shots not only gives you a double chin but, also conceal most of the features of your face. However, the best way to overcome it is to take the picture at an eye level as it gives your face a natural look.
2. AVOID TAKING HIGH-ANGLE SHOTS
Just like you need to avoid low angle shots, you need to prevent high-angle shots because they portray your features in an absurdly magnified way and, deteriorating the entire look.
3. IDENTIFY THAT ONE ‘LUCKY’ SIDE
Everyone’s facial features are different and, due to this reason, everyone has a unique side which flatters their look in the picture. So, you need to identify yours so that you can get the best shots.
4. DON’T PULL YOUR CHEEKS IN!
If you’re the one with the chubby cheeks and, want to make them appear less in your pictures, don’t draw your cheeks in since that might ruin the picture. Rather, you can turn your face three-quarters away from the camera and, touch the tongue on the roof of your mouth. That’s it.
5. DON’T RAISE YOUR BROWS.
If you want to look more confident and, give a more sassy shot during a photo shoot, then keep your eyes narrow rather than keeping them wide open. Also, avoid raising your brows.
6. AVOID GIVING A SCROWL!
During a photo session, do not give an expression of displeasure as it makes your features come out in a shoddy manner. To overcome this, look straight into the camera.
7. CRANE YOUR CHIN UP.
While posing for a photo, keep your chin up because it makes your neck and chin look thin and, gives an appropriate description of your facial details unlike, if you keep your chin down.
8. DON’T PUFF YOUR LIPS
It is one of the most everyday actions we use to do in almost every picture. But, we should remember to not to do it because it seriously does no good for your photos and, makes it look like overacting.
9. GIVE A NATURAL AND A RELAXED SMILE
Rather than giving a wide and a hollow smile, opt for a light and a heart-warming smile. Not only a natural smile will make your wrinkles less visible, but also, it will make you look more beautiful in the picture.