New Method in Shooting Love Stories.

The Love Story photoshoot is not a tribute to fashion, but an opportunity to capture your couple’s love story in photographs. There are no similar lovers in the world, as each couple has their own story of acquaintance, dates, bonfire nights, road trips, and wonderful vacations at sea or in the mountains.

“Close your eyes. And get your lips to almost touch. So almost kissing is always better than kissing. Shows much more attention get your lips a little closer”

Teo Foutzopoulos, Love Stories photographer

I recommend shooting through a moment as it unfolds. This will help you capture a fleeting connection that may have been missed had you only taken one shot. To help emphasize the connection before it happens, try to plan for as much as possible. Position yourself in such a way that your subjects are framed.

1. Relax Your Body and Face

Just chill out! If you’re tense, it will show in the photo and make you look less than your best. Take a deep breath, relax your shoulders, and think happy thoughts as you get in front of the camera.

2. Get Moving and Grooving

If you’re feeling stiff, try adding some movement to your photo. Dancing, walking, and jumping are all great ways to add energy to your photo and make it more dynamic.

3. Use Real Laughter to Translate Authenticity into Your Photos

It’s said that laughter is the best medicine, but it can also be the best posing tip. If you’re feeling awkward or stressed, try laughing for real – it will instantly make you look more natural and relaxed in your photos.

4. Bring Your Ears Forward to Avoid a Double Chin

If you’re worried about looking like you have a double chin in your photos, try this posing tip: bring your ears forward. It may feel weird, but it will help elongate your neck and avoid any unwanted chin poof.

5. Put Your Hands on Your Hips

This is a classic posing move for a reason – it works. The “hand on hip” trick helps accentuate your waist and gives you something to do with your hands. Just be careful not to do it too much, or you’ll look like a superhero.

6. Try a Candid Pose

Candid poses are always flattering because they look natural and effortless. To get a great candid photo, have someone take the photo while you’re doing something else – like talking on the phone, reading a book, or walking down the street.

7. Turn Your Body Slightly to the Side

Instead of facing the camera straight on, turn your body slightly to the side – it makes a big difference. Doing this pose gives you more curves and makes you look more flattering in photos. A 45-degree turn is ideal.

8. Check Your Posture

Proper posture is important for taking a beautiful photo. Stand up straight, pull your shoulders back, and tuck your chin in slightly. This will help you look taller, thinner, and more confident.