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Livingbetter50.com writes about How to look good in photos

Thank you Living Better for showing your readers my book. You can check out the article here, or read it below.
In today’s world you would have to be a recluse to avoid a camera. Everywhere I go I see someone capturing a moment with a camera phone. Never has it been a more appropriate time to be photogenic. And it is not even an issue of vanity. Below is a list of some of the reasons why people need photographs of themselves:
- Your own website, if you run a small business. - C.V.’s are getting noticed by placing a headshot in the corner. - Dating websites. - Wedding photographs are so expensive people want to look their best. - Every family memory from this decade forward will be recorded by every individual attending that function, whether you have makeup on or not!
We are such a visually-based culture that, more and more, we are leaning on photographs to express, explain, and share our experiences.
Posing is a tool you can utilize anywhere. It’s free and instant. You may not have …

Sydney girl

Playing around with the diana app. I combined a photo I captured of sydney harbour and a self portrait. I used pix~o~matic for the pinstripe frame X

I love to dream

I love to dream, question, be silly and laugh. X

Official book review for How to look good in photos

Thank you to Erasmus and onlinebookclub.org for a wonderful official book review of my book "How to look good in photos." 

You can check it out here or read below: 

I think the title of the book speaks for itself. 

How to Look Good In Photos by Kate Branch gives the reader tips on how to pose for a camera in any occasion - for casual, formal, kiddies (with the attention span of ten minutes), and group photos - to get the result you want. Branch teaches us how to pose for a camera, and what to do with our limbs without flailing like a fish out of water. It also lists various programmes available to touch-up the photographs taken without going overboard, especially with Adobe Photoshop. In addition to all of that, Branch also points out to the reader the quirks that we may not realise we have developed in front of a camera, and how to change it. It’s simple, really!

This is the first time I’m reviewing a non-fiction book. The reason why I read this book at all is that I am camera-…

How to look good in photos

Need to renovate your online dating profile. I just gave professional photographic advise to Australia's biggest online dating agency. Check out my photographic tips and tricks to look better in photos

http://www.rsvp.com.au/blogs/dating+advice/tips+for+taking+a+good+profile+picture/62937.jsp

Tips for taking a good profile picture



You're online, looking for romance. You want to make a good impression and stand out from the crowd. Your profile pics are an essential part of this process. You don't want to miss out on meeting someone great simply because your photos aren't up to scratch...

Remember, you are going to be your own worst critic; no one will ever scrutinize your photo as much as you will. But you can control the direction of how you appear in your profile. As a veteran photographer, here are some easy tips so you can nail that profile pic and watch the Kisses come flooding in!

Face It:

Your main profile photo needs to show your face in the best light! If you have ba…