This post was published at an earlier date and has since been updated. With these insider tricks in mind, go ahead and show off to all your Instagram followers.
Every time I open up Instagram, I see a perfectly positioned model or influencer showing off their outfit. Without fail, I assume the seemingly perfect photo was effortless to capture. I always take it for granted that the person in the photo is naturally photogenic (and that if I'm not naturally photogenic, I'd never be able to pull off the same photo). But guess what: That couldn't be further from the truth. Anyone who frequently has their photo taken just knows what works for them, mostly from trial and error.
For Instagram's director of fashion partnerships, Eva Chen, it's her baby giraffe pose, while the Barbie feet pose is a favorite among celebs and models everywhere. It's no big secret how to produce an amazing outfit photo; it just comes down to knowing your angles.
Obviously, everyone has a different angle that works best for them, but try the following tips and you'll realize that the perfect outfit photo is just a matter of strategy. From paying attention to camera angles to strategically positioning your body, we're sharing our top tricks to never worrying about how to look more photogenic again. If you're ready to up your Instagram game, look no further.
Lower angles, while sometimes a cool option, are typically harder to execute well. Position your camera slightly above your eye line. Generally speaking, the higher the camera angle, the better the photo.
Paying attention to your posture when taking pictures can make the world of a difference. Hunched shoulders and slumped spines will not elongate your figure. Instead, push your shoulders back stick your back end out slightly. It might seem silly to dramatize good posture, but we promise it will come across well on camera.
Obviously, you should wear whatever you like and show off your unique style in photos, but bulky clothing tends to distract from the best part of the photo: you! Lightweight, thin fabrics, like silk, are great options for photos.