If you want to know how to be photogenic you need to put some effort into having your photographic taken. In order to look better in pictures you must stop being a passive subject. To look better in photos you need to work at it. Think of your photograph that the camera is going to take, as a blank piece of paper. You take that piece of paper and you write or draw on it, and depending on what you write or draw that piece of paper becomes interesting or otherwise.You decide what goes on that piece of paper. When the lens is pointed in your direction, you are in control of what the camera sees: not the photographer. You can laugh, you can cry. You can make silly faces or engage the camera with a meaningful look. Or of course you can be boring and do nothing; and if you do nothing, your picture will look like a lifeless nobody.Rule number 1: Convince yourself that you are going to enjoy having your picture taken. Or better still pay me to convince you! Because if you don’t think it is going to be enjoyable you will be negative and fearful about it. If you are fearful you will freeze and become a lifeless nobody.So to look better in photographs start working at it. Read some tips. Practise in front of the mirror or better still in front of a camera - preferably mine!
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