How to get cool pictures on the beach
The time of holidays, summer heat andbeach holidays! Someone flies to rest at the resort, someone goes to the local beaches in an attempt to defeat the heat and take everything from summer. But, after returning home, we risk bringing with us not only sunburn, but also terrible beach photos, looking at which, then you can endlessly shudder and ruin your self-esteem.
Try to remember - there are no non-photogenicpeople, there are people who do not know how to pose. In this issue, we collected seven examples of how the same woman in a swimsuit might look differently in the lens of a camera: as a quartz or as a model.
In this position, it is often taken to be photographednear palm trees and other beach attractions. Advice to the photographer: these belt portraits must be taken from the top down, otherwise all the shortcomings of the body will be accentuated. Advice model: do not slouch, do not bulge your belly, raise your chin and, of course, smile. A smile is something that will always make you irresistible. Smiling is also right, but this is a completely different story.
Popa: so that your buttocks do not look like packs with semolina, just keep your feet together and get up a couple of centimeters on your feet. This will not only lengthen your legs in the photo, but also pull up the ass.
By the pool: do not bulge your belly, do not hold your hands along the body, but most importantly - it's legs. To look more elegant, it's enough just to cross them.
On the sun lounger.
During the shooting, do not lie on the deck chair, asmanatee at the rookery. Raise yourself and cover your stomach with your hand (even if you do not have it, in this pose it is unlikely to look appetizing), keep your knees together and smile.
Photos in profile: most importantly - do not slouch! If you are worried about cellulite, then slightly turn away from the camera the "problem" part of the body and cover it with your hand, also try to transfer the center of gravity to the far from the camera leg. Well, of course, you need to draw in your stomach.
Sitting: the most important thing is not to slouch.
Close-up: stand half a turn, and face turn into the camera, raise your chin slightly and put your hands on your hips.