Are you still helpless when taking pictures? Do you feel that embarrassed hands are nowhere to be put? We often see some pictures of girls wearing hanfu on the Internet, such as fairies, but we always feel embarrassed when we go to take pictures by ourselves.
When the camera is facing you, you don’t know what to do. You will suddenly find that pose is very important when taking pictures. Today let’s learn how to pose when we shoot hanfu.
The use of props is particularly important in the filming of Chinese costumes. They can help you find a place for your hands. Fans, umbrellas, books, lanterns, musical instruments. They are all good props to add temperament to you. With props, we can interact with props in various ways, and the story of the picture will be rich.
Common props are as follows:
Different shapes of fans and different clothes will have different effects. It can be shaded, placed on the chest, or half-opened folding fan. More importantly, it can be used to block the face.
The commonly used instruments are Xiao (萧), Dizi (笛子, flute), Qin (古琴), Pipa(琵琶), etc.
All kinds of umbrellas are an important part of the overall shape and collocation. They are also “permanent guests” when we shoot.
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Common Photographic Postures
When it comes to photographic posture, it’s all about standing, sitting, lying.
First of all, standing, in fact, can also have many changes, such as turning, throwing skirts, walking and other dynamic, but also with different props to show static beauty.
Using Scene Series
Sometimes the scenes we encounter in shooting can also provide us with props for shooting.
Other Good Postures
The artistic conception is very important when shooting. Imagine yourself as the most beautiful person. Relaxed posture, natural expression, and self-confidence.
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