Avoid the “soldier” position
If you want to take a photo of the entire body, forget about standing straight, facing the camera. Instead, you can stand half-turned, touching your hair or leaning on something.
Accessories can complete your looks, adding some mystery and highlighting certain parts of the body.
Rules of asymmetry
Lying on a deck chair taking photos, you need to mind the most beneficial position. Avoid the clunky look of the upper body and short legs. Arch the back and bend the legs to get a perfect picture.
Watch your posture
The crooked back can make even the best photo the worst. Instead, highlight your feminity, beautiful curves of your body and excellent posture.
Sitting straight in front of the camera, you risk getting a photo with really massive knees. It is better to choose the sidewalk position with lifted legs.
Make sure the person who’s taking a portrait isn’t standing above you, as it is a way to “lose” your neck and look offended. The photographer should always be at the same level as you.
Sexy and hot shots with wet-haired girls you see on magazine covers can be achieved only thanks to Photoshop. In fact, wet hair usually looks oily. Thus, wait until your hair is damp, but not fully dry.