Needing a quick fix to look better in your wedding dress is simple with good posture.
There are special moments we want to remember, but nothing compares to your wedding day. It’s possibly one of the biggest celebrations you will have with friends and family. With so much thought and effort going into your wedding you spend hours and cash to look your best.
However, what is often left out in the planning is how to carry yourself. What does this mean? Simple put it is your beauty and elegance confidently carried within your body. This includes the stomach, shoulders, and hands. In a bridal portrait it is where the shoulders are held, how your hands rest, and the way your hold your bouquet. Its effect leaves a lasting impression on people and your photographs. The main reason to use good posture; It is the easiest and fast way to improve your image.
Having photographed weddings for over 7 years I have experienced how properly carrying oneself creates stunning portraits. I want to pass this knowledge on to you so that you not only look your best but carry yourself throughout your wedding day with confidence and beauty. And of course a gorgeous bridal portrait. Begin with these simple steps, practice, and build to memory.
How to use this video*
STEP#1 Watch the video!
STEP #3 Share with a friend.
TIP* I’m going to say it again, practice! Good posture doesn’t happen over night. It is one of those things that you will always have to keep in mind. Where did I learn posture?! From my Dad, he was 70 +plus years old and still practiced good posture until he passed away.
The Take Home* Learning good posture is the simplest and cheapest way to improve your image.
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