How to Look Fresh and Confident in Your Social Media Photos

Social Media Photos

Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, and Tumblr are just some of the social media platforms you can use to promote your presence in the modeling scene. Every now and then, you have probably seen some familiar faces online make it big in the fashion industry. These lucky models were most likely scouted by agents who are constantly on the hunt for fresh faces.

So how do you capture attention online? The secret lies in taking the best social media photos and sharing them with your followers. Your pictures should be eye-catching and stylish! If you are not quite sure where to start, here are a few suggestions.

Take the Best Social Media Photos With These Tips

1. Put a little makeup on

Social Media Photos of Anne Curtis

Going bare face is great! But adding a bit of color and definition to your look will allow you to enhance your features even more. Sharpen your brows, add a little warmth with some bronzer or blush, and slap on some nude lipsticks and you’re bound to achieve the natural look in an instant.

2.  Backgrounds do matter

Kathryn Bernardo

Ever wondered why Instagram it-girls always get the best social media photos? Well, it all boils down to choosing the best backdrop for your photo. The color of the sea, palm trees, and flowers complement every skin tone out there, and they make you stand out even more. If you find yourself in restaurants or establishments, find the most eye-catching feature in the room. This could be anything from a mural to a wallpapered interior. For extra effort, make sure your outfit and makeup match with your backdrop.

3. Find your best angle

Facial Expression

It may sound clichéd, but once you find your best angle, you increase the likeliness of getting a good shot. You can always get some inspiration from your favorite celebrities and models online by observing how they project themselves. Practice the facial expressions in front of the mirror and remember to add a personal touch!

4. Improve the lighting conditions

Ellen Adarna

When indoors, head to the window to capture the sun’s natural lighting. This prevents shadows from appearing on your face. When under fluorescent lights, try holding up a sheet of white paper as a reflector. To elevate your social media photos even higher, invest in selfie lights or a portable ring light for your phone.

5. Use filters

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No, you don’t need to be a Photoshop pro to learn how to add filters. Phone apps like VSCO are a must-have for every social media personality nowadays. You can choose from a wide variety of presets to create the minimalist palette of your dreams.

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