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Angle your body to the side and turn your head towards the camera. Put your weight on your back foot, feel free to put your hands on your hip. It creates a slimmer profile. If you have a “good side” use it.
If you tend to blink in photos, try closing your eyes and have the photographer count to three. On three, open them. Works every time.
Even if you look merely sun-kissed in real life, with orange makeup or fake tanning sprays you might look carrot-hued in photos. Also glitter and other luminescent lotions/ powders end up looking like sweat, not sparkle in photos.
You don’t want to hide behind your bouquet. Show off your dress instead by keeping your hands down by your bellybutton. When posing for formals keeping your forearm at a 45-degree will make you look thinner.
Fake Smiles are not flattering, but the same cannot be said for fake laughs. When you need to loosen up for a photo, let out a forced "Ha Ha!" And then do it again, and again. The ridiculousness of it will make you and everybody else laugh for real. And that photo will be a keeper.
If all the excitement of your big day kept you up late the night before, try a couple drops of Visine. It will help your eyes look brighter and more awake.
Dance around a little and shake out your body. Relax and take a deep breath. If you feel uncomfortable then move your body till your comfortable.
Try putting the tip of your tongue on the back of your top teeth. This can help you smile naturally and avoid a too-wide and goofy grin.