An elegance coach revealed ten posing tricks to help you look your best in photos.
Anna Bey, who commutes between London and Geneva, says she has the ultimate suggestions for anyone who wants to make sure they never go wrong in their pictures.
The well-known lifestyle guru, 37, who “helps other women improve so they can live their best life,” offered this advice in her latest video youtubewhere she has 1.68 million subscribers.
First, Anna said that most people tend to “just go flat and frontal” when posing for photos.
However, the elegance coach insisted that this “doesn’t look good on camera,” adding, “You look boring, you look awkward, you look like you don’t know what to do.”
She said the best pose in this situation is to turn your body very slightly to the side, facing the camera.
‘That is will create a more interesting look, “Plus, it’s actually more flattering on your body, ladies,” Anna said.
“To achieve that, we just want to do a little bit.” [of side]. Now there is no rule as to how much…sometimes you can just move your hips slightly sideways, sometimes you can include your shoulder sideways as well.
“It really depends on what you’re wearing.” “Remember to always walk a little sideways instead of full frontal,” urged the YouTuber.
She then went on to discuss posture, emphasizing, “Very few people have perfect posture…[but[[but[[aber[[but[ This is something we must consider when posing in front of us the camera.
“The camera will really highlight your postural issues. Whether you have a little flabby shoulders like me or tend to hunch your hips forward or bend your legs too much, you really need to be careful with your posture issues.
“When it’s time to take the picture, really stand up like a little ballerina.” Stand up really tall, roll your shoulders back, push your butt in, and just make an extra effort to to feel taller and look taller.
“This will help correct your posture and yes, you should feel slightly unnatural.” “Obviously don’t overdo it and don’t feel too unnatural,” Anna explained.
Anna Bey, who splits her time between London and Geneva, says she has the ultimate suggestions for those who want to make sure they never put a foot wrong in pictures – including never looking all the way forward (pictured left).
First, Anna said that most people tend to “just go flat and full frontal” when posing for photos (pictured).
Anna’s third tip was to lean forward slightly when posing. She said that sitting back on camera hardly looks flattering.
Then she explained what you should do with your eyes so that you look your best in the photo.
The elegance coach said: “I’ll tell you a little trick: always look slightly over the camera instead of directly into the camera because that can sometimes be a little too intense.”
Anna also shared a top tip for those who feel they don’t look their best when looking directly at the camera.
‘IWhen you think you’re not good looking Then, if you actually look to the side a little bit, you’ll see how often you might look better,” she said.
She also suggested that subjects should smile as much as possible, with or without teeth, if they want to take the best picture of themselves.
She later discussed where to place the arms, explaining that she preferred to hold them by the waist.
She added, “Whether that’s one-armed or two-armed, I like it too.” place them gently on my thighs. You can also put your hands in your hair. The same applies if you want to use your face. You can also put them in your pockets.’
Then she explained what you should do with your eyes so that you look your best in the photo. The elegance coach said: “I’ll give you a little trick: always look slightly over the camera (pictured right) rather than straight into the groin because sometimes that can be a little too intense.”
Anna (pictured showing her side positioning for photos) then discussed the pose, stressing, “Very few people have perfect pose…[but[wehavetotakethatintoaccountwheneverweposeinfrontofthecamera””[but[thisissomethingweneedtotakeintoaccountwheneverweposeinfrontofthecamera'[aber[dasmüssenwirberücksichtigenwannimmerwirvorderKameraposieren““[but[thisissomethingweneedtotakeintoaccountwheneverweposeinfrontofthecamera’
Anna’s next rule was: “Always pull in your stomach, and this applies to both women and men, even if you have a somewhat flat stomach, this does not only apply to us with a small stomach.”
“You’re actually going to look bigger in the picture at first if you actually suck on your stomach and push in your buttocks properly, but sucking in your stomach like that creates a nicer silhouette that just shows up better in pictures.”
The elegance coach went on to elaborate on where to put your feet, saying: “I feel like this is where most people fail.”
“Personally, I think the feet go slightly forward because there’s always one.” It has a stretching effect and it just looks very feminine, very pretty and you always know what to do with your feet.
‘AAlways shift your weight to at least one foot, slightly more,” Anna concluded.
She ended the video by telling her YouTube subscribers to always “find the best lighting.”
She added, “Rule number one: Always find a light source, ideally natural light…”You want the sun to shine directly on you.
“You don’t want the sun.” coming from behind or from the side.’