Tutorials January 6, 2016 Six Simple Secrets To Make You Look Absolutely Beautiful In Photographs 3 COMMENT 1160 shares Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Email If you want to look great in photos, here are six simple secrets to make you look absolutely beautiful. More Info: jpballphotography.com designyoutrust) 1160 shares Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn Email Tags :Photography Tips Photography Trending Photography Tutorials Portrait Photography Portrait Photography Tips Trending Stories Previous Article 50 Best of the Best Wedding Photographs of 2015 Next Article 10 Identical Apartments, 10 Different Lives – Documented By Romanian Photographer Bogdan Gîrbovan 3 comments David Jan 6, 2016 This is what is called cantering. It’s a common sexist trend in advertising photography for women. Whenever possible women are bent, cantered, and off balance. Look at the photos again but consider how the pose on the right looks more masculine or ready for action. Harry Richards Photography Jan 8, 2016 Interesting article with some good points though from having photographed a lot of lay people (not models!), I think the best general rule is to relax. Not like a sack of potatoes but try to engage with your photographer so that you’re thinking about the conversation, showing that you’re present. I’m a reportage wedding photographer and I tend to discourage posing where possible. When you’re at a wedding or event, try to carry on and trust the photographer will catch you at the right moment, from the right angle, in the present, engaged with the day. The worst thing to do is to lean away or consciously change what you were just doing. If the photographer gravitated to you, they probably appreciated something about the way you were standing more on one foot than the other or how your hands were held together. If you can build good body language into your natural routine, it’ll help you way beyond just being more photogenic! George P. Mar 10, 2016 Thank for an article that actually shows what is required . . a picture really is worth 1,000 words!