When you get a new hanfu, you must take some beautiful pictures as a souvenir. So today I’m going to popularize some new beginner’s Chinese hanfu costume pose! So before taking a photo, first determine the theme, and understand the information related to the theme in advance, do a good job of the preliminary work, which is also conducive to the shooting process.
1. Interaction with props
Look at the props around you (fans, strings, books, etc.). Try to pose as playful or appreciative as possible. You can also use props to partially cover your face and make a shy and timid gesture.
2. Pretend to sleep
When you find something to depend on, relax, and make your sleeping position look more natural. By using stone tables, branches, stone steps, and so on, the overall texture of the later photos will be quiet and peaceful.
3. Inverted type
It’s not about turning the whole body upside down. Instead, lay flat on the ground, and the photographer was standing on the head of the model. You can open or close your eyes, but remember to cooperate with the photographer to avoid such situations as turning your eyes and double chin.
4. Flowers and plants
You can interact with the flowers and plants in the background, but you must pay attention to your eyes! Eyes!
5. Daze style
It seems to be looking at the distance, thinking about what this is, very simple appearance, but it is easy to show very dully, appropriate to add some natural action, do not stiff.
6. Look back and smile
During the movement, the photographer captures the pictures to make them move. You can choose to snap while turning the circle.
7. Look at the lens
Requirements for eyes are higher, and the overall meaning of photographs presented by different themes is different, so the requirements for the content of the eyes are different. At the same time, it is better to focus on the middle of the upper position.
8. A slight side face and look down
This posture can be said to be the most ancient poss, as long as the overall performance of a gentle and graceful style.
The facial expressions and actions in photography also need to be driven by natural internal and external feelings. In many cases, it does not need to be deliberately done. Who would not like such a most authentic self? Everyone’s style is different, and as long as this style is expanded, it is a classical beauty.
More about Hanfu photography can be found here.
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