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The Ultimate Guide To Shooting The Perfect OOTD Pic

Level up your OOTD game.
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Outfit photos are more than just a way to document your personal style—they're a form of self-expression and a means of building your online presence. And while snapping a quick pic of your #OOTD may seem like a no-brainer, there's an art to taking a truly show-stopping outfit pic. From nailing the perfect pose to curating a visually appealing feed, there are plenty of tricks of the trade that can help you level up your OOTD post game. Below, we've discussed some of the best tips and tricks to help you take better outfit photos that will have your followers double-tapping in no time.

How To Take Better Outfit Photos

Find the right lighting.

Lighting is crucial for capturing a stunning outfit photo. Natural light is always the best option, so try to take your photos near a window or outside during the golden hour.

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Optimize your phone camera's settings.

You don't need an expensive phone to shoot a great photo. We recommend this Android phone, OPPO Reno8 T 5G. This phone's camera system boasts a 64-megapixel primary camera and an impressive 44-megapixel front-facing camera. It can capture high-resolution images with plenty of detail and clarity, making your outfit photos stand out on social media. Additionally, the phone's ultra-wide lens and macro lens give you more creative options for capturing different angles and details. Laureen Uy uses this phone to take most of her OOTD pics!

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Perfect your pose

Experiment with different poses until you find the one that flatters you the most. Stand up straight, elongate your neck, and angle your body to create the illusion of a slimmer silhouette. If you're still stumped at what poses to try for your next OOTD photoshoot, try these foolproof moves:

Lean against a wall

Hands in the pocket

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Look away

Play with your dress

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Touch your hair

Walk slowly

Sitting down

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Choose the right background

The background of your photo can make or break your outfit shot. Opt for a simple and uncluttered background that won't distract from your outfit. Or, you can pick a background with colors that complement your look. For example, a field of flowers to match a dress outfit.

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Use props

Add extra texture to your pics by using accessories like sunglasses, hats, and jewelry. You can also include food, coffee, or a cocktail drink. Play around with different props to see what works best for your outfit or vibe.

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Edit your photos

Even the best photos can benefit from a little editing. If you're feeling like a pro, try apps like Lightroom, and VSCO to adjust the brightness, contrast, and color of your photos to create a cohesive feed. If you want film cam effects, go for NOMO or Dazz Cam. We're also partial to Prequel and Foodie because of the various filters available.

The bottom line

Remember, after mastering all these tips, the key to a great outfit photo is confidence. You have to communicate with the camera so the pic would have a ~vibe~. So put on your favorite outfit, strike a pose, and be yourself!

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