Good perspective: how to hide some sides of the body on photoshoot in Los Angeles
In motion human’s body looks natural but in the photo, in bad perspective one can see some aesthetic defects which weren’t seen earlier. Simple knowledge and skills will help any model to choose the best posture which will help to hide bad sides of the body visually.
Pieces of advice of the professional photographer in the Los Angeles Galina Plevako
How to stand in front of the camera in a good perspective:
1. Plump people shouldn’t be photographed in profile or en face, it is better to turn on 40-45% and to look into the camera.
2. If you have plump hips, when you stand don’t cross your legs, putting them in one row your hips look bigger.
3. And, on the contrary, if your hips are thin, you can and you should be photographed in profile, crossing your legs and a little bit turning the hip, making its contour round.
4. Women who have legs of the imperfect form shouldn’t put them in the same plane being photographed in profile, it is better to turn in half profile.
5. Mannish body of women with good muscles will look more tender and graceful if to pose in relaxed condition, for example in lying position.
6. If model’s legs are too thin, it is better to pose in sitting position.
7. Women with small breast shouldn’t be photographed in lying position. If you put your shoulders forward to the camera, the breast will look bigger.
8. To hide big breast a model can put her hands up and gracefully put them behind her head.
9. The contour of hips and muscles will be tempting if in sitting position you shift your weight on a hip opposite to the camera. So, the muscles will not visually become large and shapeless on the chair.
10. For asymmetrical bodies straight postures in profile are contraindicated, best postures are smooth and sinuous.
11. Plump stomach can be hide in the photo if during the photoshoot one pose half profile and tries to gather in her stomach.
12. Plump arms can be hide if to put them behind a back putting them up, but not to force them against the body.
13. For women with misproportioned wide shoulders is better to pose in half profile. It is better not to be photographed full length, but portrait or waist high.
These pieces of advice are good both for the studio photoshoot and for the outdoor one in LA. Learn how to stay in good postures which will reflect only advantages of the body, and in every photo you will look wonderful and ideal!