Three Styling Tips To Make Your Photos Not Suck | Part II


In this video, we followed up our very first styling tip video to bring you three more tips to take your styling game to the next level. 


Left: lighting cuts across the scene / Right: photographer shoots with the light source behind her

Left: lighting cuts across the scene / Right: photographer shoots with the light source behind her

Consider textures: worn baking sheets add a rustic vibe.

Consider textures: worn baking sheets add a rustic vibe.

Pops of color draw the eye where you want the viewer to look. Use with care!

Pops of color draw the eye where you want the viewer to look. Use with care!

Layering can zhush up your scene. A towel can do the trick, but if you need more dimension, try layering plates, saucers, etc. as well. 

Layering can zhush up your scene. A towel can do the trick, but if you need more dimension, try layering plates, saucers, etc. as well. 

Negative space can evoke a solemn emotion.

Negative space can evoke a solemn emotion.

A busy scene can evoke the opposite feeling. Just make sure every prop adds to the story of your scene.

A busy scene can evoke the opposite feeling. Just make sure every prop adds to the story of your scene.

Consider your background. A simple cloth can provoke a rustic feeling, whereas a white countertop can provoke a fresh, clean feeling.

Consider your background. A simple cloth can provoke a rustic feeling, whereas a white countertop can provoke a fresh, clean feeling.

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