But extends on how you carry yourself on the photos that stands as a memory for lifetime. Especially, when the craziness of Instagram and facebook are on peak, you have got to be skillful when posing for photos. If you are that selfie loving fashion girl, you need to understand that, it is hard to cover the elegance of a saree in widely exploited close-up selfie shot. You need a helping hand or a mirror to capture the complete drape without missing any details.
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2. Contour Your Face
If the idea of taking thousands of photos on your wedding day seems daunting, you're not alone. After all, unless you're a professional model, you're probably not accustomed to being in front of the camera for hours on end. Take some selfies or ask your BFF to help you out and practice posing with your face tilted in each direction. While that's not to say you can't look stunning in a straight-on shot, if you don't have exceptionally pronounced bone structure, a slight tilt of your chin either up or down and turn of your cheek to your best side, of course will help to make your face look more chiseled. If you have a pronounced forehead, lift your chin up just a bit to create more balance. Regardless of your face shape and chin angle, push your entire face forward a little. What's closest to the camera will look the biggest, so pushing your face forward a bit will make your body appear slimmer. Alternatively, you can ask the photographer to shoot you from a slightly overhead angle to create the angles without you having to do anything. When you smile largely, your cheeks puff out and your eyes squint, which isn't the most flattering of poses. Instead, practice relaxing your face, opening your mouth ever so slightly, and thinking of something that makes you happy—like spending the rest of your life with your significant other.
How to pose in Saree for Photos?
Why does the Indian woman love the saree? Is it a natural feeling from constant wearing due to tradition? Or is it the cool comfort despite being clad in its confines? Is it the ease of movement that it permits without any qualm? Or is it simply the womanly feeling from donning something that shows off her allure?
This is why I often photograph girls sitting, leaning against something, or even lying down. All these activities cause your subject to shift her weight into a more natural and flattering position than standing directly facing the camera. Here are some examples:. Photo Pose 1. Sit and look up. When you ask your subject to sit while you stand, it will cause her to look up at you. Photo Pose 2. Sit cross legged, full body shot.