Everyone wants to have great looking picture’s. These day’s picture’s are no longer only used to put in a frame on a book shelf. They are now used on the internet as well. People look at your picture’s daily, perhaps people who you want to find you attractive. With this being said don’t you want to have great picture’s posted instead of mediocre picture’s? I’m going to give you four tips on how you can make your picture’s better.
You should always smile. When people smile they always look better! When you smile in a picture not only does it give off a good,happy vibe it show’s people that you are friendly. If you are self conscious about your teeth give a smile with out teeth. A little smile is better then none. When people don’t smile in picture’s they sometimes tend to look upset in some way. Unless you are trying to give off this sort of mood in your picture you should always smile. When I say smile, I don’t mean you need to show all of your thirty two teeth, and make your cheeks touch the bottom of your eye’s. Smile naturally, like you would if something was truly making you happy. Being natural is always the best.
Use your flash when taking a picture outside. At times when you take a picture outside everything in the picture turns out great except for you. Using your flash out door’s eliminate’s dark shadow’s under your eye’s and nose. It also help’s focus in on you more, and it brighten’s your face.
Have good posture when you are posing for a picture. Don’t slouch over, because it doesnt look flattering at all. When you slouch over you look larger then you actually are. When you have good posture it make’s you look thinner, and confident. When you look confident it automatically makes you look more appealing.
Don’t make the “kissy face”. This face looks so silly! Unless you are trying to play around and you are wanting to look like a sucker fish don’t do it! Personally I think that if you stuck out your tongue it would make a better picture. I have also noticed when people make kissy faces it make’s their cheeks look slightly bigger then they actually are.