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Posted by oneslidephotogaraphy On July - 9 - 2018

Super Model Photography

Super Model Photography



Whoever you photograph and when photographing different body types, you’re always demanded to produce a flattering photograph. And nowadays, more than ever, photographing full figured people means you have to make them look slimmer to get the flattering effect.

The following are a few tips to ensure you get that desired flattering angle and exposition when photographing full figured models.

1. Clothing
Choose clothing that is slimming. For that, choose dark colored clothes with vertical patterns and a bit of a loose fit. Bright clothing that is too tight will accentuate the body, making the figure look wider. Read the rest of this entry »

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