Many girls like to take a set of Hanfu photos as a memory when they buy a new Hanfu. When we take portraits, besides paying attention to our hairstyle and makeup, there is also a very important aspect, which is the decoration we hold in our hands when taking pictures. Now there are many ancient style decorations available for us to choose from, which can make our look more exquisite, and we can choose according to demand.
Today, I would like to introduce you to the four props commonly used in Hanfu photography, and hope that they will be helpful for your next photography.
The first is similar to the lantern decorations, the name is called Jiangsha Deng (绛纱灯), which is used as a lantern in the Tang and Song dynasties , and now slowly become a decorative piece. Nowadays, the classic color scheme of the Jiangsha Deng is red and blue, which can give people a dignified and stable feeling, and is perfect to match with the Ming-style Hanfu, such as stand collar long Shan and Mamian Skirt.
The color combination of the whole look can be a combination of sweetness and steadiness if it is paired with the Jiangsha Deng, and the overall look is with a bit of girlishness but not too childish.
If you wear a lively style of Hanfu, you can also choose a small lantern, with the feeling of ancient style, but overall with a few romantic atmospheres, and looks extra gentle and sweet.
For example, this set of Hanfu, with this small lantern is a set of orange-colored Ming-style Hanfu, the color scheme is very lively, and the overall style is also simple square collar short Ao and basic pleated skirt collocation. The whole set of clothes to print patterns as decorative, looks with a few fashionable atmosphere.
For example, a simple Tuan fan with a set of fresh-colored Hanfu. The whole look is very quiet, if there is no Tuan fan in this look, the effect of the photos may be greatly reduced.
The three items introduced above are the more common decorations for women's Hanfu at the time of the photoshoot, but if you like a handsome male Hanfu costume, you can pair it with a sword.
Perhaps when you were a child, you also used to watch Chinese historical costume dramas and admired the swordsman who would carry a sword when he ventured into the world, which was probably the childhood dream of many people.
In Hanfu, round-necked robes and Feifu suits are especially suitable to match a sword, and can easily wear the feeling of a swordsman.