10 simply cute poses for girls

10 Simply-Cute Poses For Girls

I never know how to pose for any of my pictures, I just let whoever is taking them, repetitively just click. But not anymore!

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I just started my photography Instagram page, and I really needed to pick up my poses game because I would just say be normal or do something cute. It's really hard to think of new poses since I make multiple of my friends do the same poses, it's annoying sometimes and not really unique. It was a time to think of new ones but some were weird for a girl to do. But some of these are good to use on the spot pictures. So I put together some simple poses that I use a lot for pictures for my friends. I've used these pose a lot in different places, but they go with anything. I thought I'd share the poses I use as I've always been that person who has trouble finding new and cute poses.

1. Casual: Grab your arm with your hand.

My friend in this picture actually did this pose for the first time in front of me, I didn't think of it before this photoshoot, and yes I got the idea of this pose now. It's really cute as it is cold so it adds warmth to the picture as she has her sleeves pulled down.

2. Awkward, but it's so cute. Fly like a bird, straight arms!

Honestly, I really like this pose, but my friend did not like this one at all! It would be cuter if there was a bar for her to grab, but it works. This pose works well with any wall or a bar that you can grab, simple step to do.

3. Normal: One hand pulling back your hair.

When it comes to hands, it really hard to place them in a good spot. This is my number 1 problem. But pulling your hair back is a really pretty pose because it brings your face to light up more and gives a more confident look.

4. You need to love nature for this one: Sitting on the grass.

I always have to ask this question, are you willing to sit, lay on the ground? Because those are probably my best. pictures. You just sit and the whole angle changes and your pose looks amazing and you can do many things with this pose.

5. Idk what to call this, bending down? 

I don't know what is pose is called, bend down or something. But it's pretty common to do this pose and it's really cute too. It adds a strong statement and more pose to the picture.

6. Looking down is my favorite!

Looking down is probably my favorite as I've stated in my sub-headline! Its soo cute and if you've done some eye makeup, that would be a cute close-up picture.

7. Basic: Both hands pulling your hair.

If one hand on your hair is a pose why not both. It's about getting a new picture. It's really simple and works for any outfit and picture. It helps bring focus on you.

8. Boot season for sure, one leg against the wall.

Boot season is the best for fall and winter. You need to show your boots at all times, it shows more power to you and the things you do. This pose is literally perfect!

9. Looking away, Candid.

Most of these pictures were candid, but it's for a good reason. You don't want to always look at the camera, you do not want to realize that the camera is there.

10. Simply done, both arms on your knee.

Last but not least, this pose probably brings together everything, hands on the knee, and the legs slightly bent. This could be taken in multiple ways, angles, and candid ways.

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10 VSCO Presets That Make You Look Tan As All Heck

Because come on, we can't all be sun kissed while also working 40 hours a week.

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I don't know about you, but I cannot seem to get to the golden shade that I so desperately want. Think I'm silly all you want, but being tan makes me more confident. Now, working 40 hours a week, during prime sun hours doesn't exactly help this dilemma, so I have taken the matter into my own hands. These are a few of the VSCO Filter pre-sets that make me feel just as sun-kissed and stunning as I aspire to be, from the comfort of my cubicle.

1. E8 +8, Contrast +1, Temperature -1, Saturation -1, H. Tint Magenta +3

2. HB2 +7, Contrast -1, Exposure -1, Temperature +0.5, Saturation +1, Fade +1.5, Grain +4

3. C8 +12, Exposure -2, Saturation -2/+2, Grain +3 (Optional)

4. C1 +12, Fade +4, Contrast +2, Exposure +2, Saturation -2, Tint +3

5. A4 +7, Exposure -2, Contrast +1.7, Temperature +1.7, Tint +1.0, Saturation -2.0, Skin tone -1.0

6. M3 +12, Temperature -1, Contrast +2, Saturation -1/+1

7. E3 +12, Temperature -1, Saturation -2, Skin -2

8. HB1 +8, Exposure -1, Temperature -1

9. C1 +12, Exposure -1, Contrast +2, Temperature +2, Saturation -2, Skin Tone -3

10. G1 +8, Exposure -2, Contrast +2, Saturation +2, Temperature -1, Fade +2

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Erika Glover

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If Someone Is Serving You With Their Art, You Need To Pay Them

No, it's not for free.

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Okay, so, I used to have a thing for photography. I still do! But, it's more of a hobby for me, and I don't really do photoshoots with anybody because I don't see my photography as being something I want to charge people for. It's just something I like doing, and I don't rely on it for any of my income.

However.

I have plenty of friends that are obsessed with things like photography and have developed their skills so much that they have the ability to charge people for their artwork and build, essentially, a business of their own. Their photography is really good, too!

If you know anything about photography as well, you also know that every photographer has a different sense of style. Someone who's a street photographer isn't going to take photos that look the same as someone who prefers to take photos of special events like wedding or quinceañeras.

That photography? Is art. And you pay for art.

I don't know how many times my friends have told me stories of people who don't want to pay them for taking photographs of them. If not that, they argue that the prices for being photographed are too high. That's insane to me.

Do people not know that it takes time and effort to create art? Someone who's photographing you is working to provide a service to you, and somehow the thought of paying them is an issue? Ridiculous!

People pour their hearts and souls into their artwork, and asking someone to do it for free or for extraordinarily cheap, is totally rude. It doesn't matter if they're your friend either, that just makes it even ruder to suggest they don't deserve to be paid for their efforts.

Pay your friends. Pay artists. Tip them. Compliment their work and share their information with friends and family so you can help them have new clients, and support their business. Just as you would pay someone for fixing your car, or painting your house, pay your artists for taking time out of their day to provide their service to you.

It seems like it would be common sense, but from looking at social media and seeing how people refuse to pay "too much" for "amateur" artists, it seems like it's not as common as I thought. I don't know how many times I've scrolled through Twitter and seen screenshots of people telling nail techs that their prices for the most gorgeous nails were too high. HOW?

Or people criticizing the prices of local caterers. It's ridiculous.

If you afford the service in the first place, maybe reconsider even booking a photo shoot with someone at all. Maybe reconsider getting your nails done? People don't have the time to spend hours of their day providing a service to you for you to not want to reward them for their work.

Shop local. Buy from your friends. Support small businesses. Most of all?

PAY THEM.

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