11 Tricks to Looking More Photogenic

This post was published earlier and has been updated since then. Show all your Instagram followers with these insider tricks.
Every time I open Instagram I see a perfectly positioned model or influencer showing off their outfit. I assume the seemingly perfect photo could be captured with ease. I always take it for granted that the person in the photo is inherently photogenic (and that if I am not inherently photogenic I can never print the same photo). But guess what: this couldn't be further from the truth. Anyone who has their picture taken often only knows what works for them, mostly through trial and error.
For Eva Chen, Director of Fashion Partnerships at Instagram, it's her baby giraffe pose, while the Barbie foot pose is popular with celebs and models everywhere. How to produce a great outfit photo is not a big secret. It just comes down to knowing your angles.
Of course, everyone has a different point of view that works best for them. However, if you try the following tips, you will find that the perfect outfit photo is just a matter of strategy. From paying attention to camera angles to strategically positioning your body, we share our top tricks to keep ourselves from worrying about how to make you look more photogenic again. If you're ready to take your Instagram game up, look no further.
While lower angles are sometimes a cool option, they are usually more difficult to perform. Position your camera slightly above your eye line. In general, the higher the camera angle, the better the photo.
Every time your arm is a little away from the rest of your body it increases interest in the pose.
Paying attention to your posture when taking photos can change the world. Hunched shoulders and sagging spines do not elongate your figure. Instead, push your shoulders back and slightly stick your rear end out. It might seem silly to dramatize good posture, but we promise it will come across well on camera.
Of course, you should wear whatever you want and show your unique style in photos, but bulky clothing is more likely to detract from the best part of the photo: you! Lightweight, thin fabrics like silk are great for photos.
Again, posing in a unique way makes the photo more interesting. Both work completely to the side or even at an angle.
You don't have to wear bright colors to make your photo stand out. Case in point: Chrissy Rutherford's dark washed denim overalls and the black ankle boots.
If you go for a darker Instagram filter like the X-Pro II or Mayfair and adjust the exposure and light filters, you get a more photogenic image.
This trick will elongate your neck and will help avoid flattering angles of the chin.
Not only will this accentuate your collarbone, but it will also make you look more polished and composed (if that's what you want).
Keep your arms slightly away from your body for a better shot. Either place your hand on your hip, run your hand through your hair, or try to stick your elbow out slightly.
No shame here - it's about finding what looks the best on you. A little trial and error will help you find the best angle for photos so that you know exactly how to stand to create the best picture.
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