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To get some tips on how to step up your look in your photos but before we dive into that let me share my outfit details with you. Get my lookLayla Denim Jacket by Fearless: Discount Code - 15% Discount. Your code will be MELODY15. Jump on the badge trend in this super gorgeous denim jacket. With three quarter length sleeves, an oversized fit, and gorgeous badge details to the front. Style with or Joy Ride Pumps to get the look. The length is 74cm. 100% Cotton. 

Bag: Purchase this Jarva Snakehead color black tote bag by Jessica Buurman and enjoy the classy details of this bag. Round circle sunglasses from Emblem eyewear
Magnum Sweatshirt. Embroidered flower RADEL Flower Embroidery Lace Up Ankle Boots By Jessica Buurman. Broken Hole Loose-Fitting Harem Jeans from Sammydress. of course I always double during the winter by wearing a pair of jeans. BB SUE FULL ZIP HOODIE GREY MELANGE: Slip into this comfortable women's hoodie.

1. Use natural lighting The first and last hour of sunlight during the day, aka the “golden hours” are deemed the best time to shoot. The soft and diffused light makes for a more flattering photo. If your shooting indoors, aim for a room with plenty of windows and natural light.

2. Get focused Use a manual focus on a mark, or place an object where you’ll be standing (i.e. a rock, tree, or purse), before setting the timer and stepping into the frame. You can also try to autofocus on the object before switching to manual. If you want to blur the background in order to bring out the outfit, you can use a wider lens or higher aperture to do that (ideally f1.8, but f2.5 can work if your zoom lens does not go that wide). 

3. Take lots of test shots Most experienced photographers only use 1 out of every 7 photos they take, so patience is key! Get to know your camera and try a variety of poses, movements, shots, and angles to discover what is most flattering for you and your look. You can also set the self-timer to take multiple shots if that setting is available on your camera. 

One pose to practice is to center yourself and cover about 2/3 of the frame. It can take a little bit of time and effort to get just the right photo but no mastery happens in a single day’s work. It’s all about practice, practice, practice! 


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