When we’re wearing our Hanfu, photos can capture precious, beautiful moments for us. So how do you make clever use of props and scenes to take Hanfu pictures that catch the eye?
Chinese Hanfu Photo Pose Series
Paper umbrellas are an essential prop in Chinese costume photography, and we’ve written about paper umbrella photography before. Suitable for both men and women.
Standing in the sun, paper umbrella leaning on the shoulder, one hand in front of the body, Then a gentle style photo is finished.
The overall color of this Chinese Hanfu is light and gentle, quite beautiful, the collar exquisite cut-out gold buckle, although small, but add some lively meaning, the hem is decorated with strings of pearls, walking with the pace will sway, full of spirituality.
Sit on the ground, put the paper umbrella on your shoulder, then a pretty photo is finished.
This Chinese Hanfu is simple and generous in color, the bandage on the hands are even more sharp and refreshing, hold up the wine gourd, turn around, tilt your head, and close your eyes, that’s a great photo!
The elegant color, set off the handsome man’s look, one hand holding the wine pot, one hand in front of the body, looking up to do closed-eyed drinking style, a noble and steady photo will be finished.
The robe is woven with gold thread, gorgeous but not overt, with the dragon pattern, cloud pattern, dark pattern, to set off the heroic posture of the man, holding the sword, slightly sideways, gaze firmly to the far side, such a martial arts style photo is complete.
The overall embroidery theme of this Hanfu dress is a white crane, green hill, waves, pine, bamboo as a complement, embellished with elegance and natural, the whole is like a colorful ink painting. Hugged the sword, chin lifted slightly, and glanced at the camera.
The olive green color is fresh and pleasant, and the printed pattern on the hem of the skirt and the embroidered pattern on the head of the skirt are small flowers in the style of the Tang Dynasty, as if the breath of the Tang Dynasty is present, exquisite and charming.
Put the lute in front of the body, fiddle with it, look down at fingers, click, and you’re done.
The pattern of this Chinese Hanfu dress is made of slender bamboo, which is a match for the gentleman’s literary temperament, while the cloud pattern is taken from the traditional Chinese classic pattern.
The breeze ruffles the sideburns, a refined picture is finished.
What props and poses do you like to use in your Hanfu shoot? Welcome to share with us.
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