All of us want beautiful pictures, right? Most of the time, we tend to feel nervous and uneasy in smiling and posing in front of cameras, whether it is for an instagram post, profile picture, or professional portrait. However, there are strategies that you can follow in order to feel more relaxed and confident.
Check out these easy tips for a stress-free and easy-peasy portrait shoot preparations we listed, just for you!
Have you ever had pictures that you didn't like? Photos that don't look good? Or did you have questions like: What's wrong with the pictures? Is it the location, background, lighting, or is it just me?
Sometimes, It's not all about the aspects of what's in your photo but also of WHO's going to take your photo. Check out our blog to know more!
Have you ever wondered how your Instagram idols have such great feed, and take such amazing selfies? Whether it’s a candid shot or not, they seem to look stunning and confident, right? But it’s not just about the photographer, or the presets, not even the outfit, make-up, hair, or lighting. The secret to such wonderful photos is this: confidence.
I’m pretty sure every woman has tried striking perfect poses in front of the mirror, but when asked to actually pose in front of the camera, starts to get all awkward and shy. Is this my right angle? Does this highlight my best features? Do my arms look fat here? Do I look relaxed and fresh?
So many questions in mind that could sabotage your fresh, perfectly curled hair and on-point make-up. But don’t fret because we’ve got you covered with these easy 5 posing tips for women
Often before a portrait session I get the question of “what should I wear”. The most important thing is to wear something that fits well and that works with the style you want to portray in the shoot. You also want to make sure you are wearing something that makes you feel amazing as this will show in your photos. If you don’t feel 100% comfortable it will show!
Holidays are great opportunities to capture beautiful memories. I love taking pictures on holidays as I can capture the feeling of the Holliday to remember it for years to come. I always want to make the photos look at least as beautiful as reality if not better and I avoid taking photos that afterwards need telling your friends and family "this looked so much better in reality". So here a few of my tips for taking better holiday pictures.
Things to consider when making your decision on hiring the right wedding photographer. Hopefully, these will help you to pick a photographer who will make you feel great on your wedding day and create images you will love for decades to come.