Over the past few months, the quality of my images has improved. I have no formal training in photography, but I love experimenting with different angles, techniques, lighting, and programs. To my surprise, numerous people have contacted me about improving my images, asking questions, and wanting to know how I do it. This article is for the typical person looking for simple tips to improve the look and quality of your photos. These tips make your photos more stunning and beautiful for Instagram.
Set a Good Lighting
The first step to do is to set your lighting correctly. It’s by far the most essential element when deciding where and whether to take photos, especially selfies and yoga poses. If the light is terrible, it’s much harder to get a great photo. This summer, the organic light coming into my house was fantastic and allowed me to capture some gorgeous images. Taking photos outside was even better.
Sunrise and sunset are always great times to capture organic sunlight. If you do take a selfie, make sure you’re not in direct sunlight. The best way to find the perfect place to take a selfie is to pull out your camera and start snapping. Walk around your house and play with the poses. In a few minutes, you’ll figure out where the light is best.
Get Your Best Angle Shot
I usually take the pictures myself. The regular camera has a voice recording feature that is very useful. When you use the camera directly on your phone, life is simple and easy. To get a great selfie, you should hold the phone at about 45 degrees. Then, you should angle it slightly above your face and with a slight bend in your elbow. Everyone has their own best angle, so you should use it for better photos.
Edit Your Photo Using Photo Editing Apps
Editing is magical. You’ll be hard-pressed to find photos on Instagram that haven’t been edited. You don’t need to go crazy with Photoshop to get the results you want. I use one main program to edit all my photos and other apps to remove an object if needed. ToolWiz Pictures is my favorite photo editing program. I give my photos a soft light with portraiture, brighten the eyes, and sometimes indulge in teeth whitening. It is essential to remove unnecessary background noise.