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The Male Model Pose – How To Do It Right

Estimated reading time: 3 minutes

This is an easy way to create a great looking photo of yourself. It’s also a good way to practice posing for photos.

Start with a clean canvas

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You should start with a clean canvas when taking pictures of yourself. If you’re going to take a picture of yourself, make sure you’ve done some research into what works well for you. Find out what kind of lighting will work best for your face shape, skin tone, hair color, etc. Also, make sure you’re wearing something that flatters your figure.

Find a good angle.

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Once you’ve found a flattering angle, you need to find the perfect spot to stand. This is where having a tripod comes in handy. A tripod allows you to set up your camera at just the right height so that your subject looks natural and not too posed.

Add some light.

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If you’re using a flash, make sure it’s pointed away from your subject. You should also use an off-camera flash to avoid harsh shadows on your subject.

Create a strong composition

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A good starting point is to find a location with interesting light. This will help you achieve a more dynamic shot.

Focus on the eyes

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The first thing you should focus on when doing a male model pose is the eyes. You need to make sure that they are open wide and looking at the camera. If you notice that the eyes are closed, then you need to adjust the lighting so that there is enough light coming into them.

Note: If you want to make some adjustments to the photo just let me know. I can do it for you at a very low cost. You can hire me to edit your photo

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