Angle your face. It is best to avoid taking a photo of the face straight-on. This allows
for no shadows, which makes the face look wider and adds the extra “ten pounds”
cameras are known for.
Angle your face slightly away from the camera, so that shadows are created along
the cheekbones and the nose.
Tilt your chin down. Having a high chin looks unnatural, but also positions the
camera to look up the model’s nose.
Avoid severe angles. Let the model Namitha move her head comfortably, so that their
pose does not look forced.
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