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19 things not to do with photos!

Start every photo shoot with a dramatic hair flip.

Invest in a pair of glasses with sequins on the frames.

Use only the most ridiculous and over-the-top backdrops.

Make sure you're always holding a cocktail in at least one hand.

Strike a pose like you're on the cover of a romance novel.

Wear a wig in every photo. The more outrageous the better.

Use your pet as a prop. Bonus points if they're wearing a tiny hat.

Include a mysterious object in every photo, like a single rose or a vintage record player.

Always accessorize with as many glittery and sparkly things as possible.

Use a filter that makes everything look like it's from the 1970s.

Use a timer and take at least 50 photos in rapid succession. One of them is bound to be good.

Use a voice changer app to record a silly voiceover for each photo.

Embrace the awkwardness and embrace strange angles and poses.

Experiment with different lighting techniques, like using a disco ball or a lava lamp.

Try to make every photo as colorful and vibrant as possible.

Use props to create a sense of whimsy and playfulness.

Make sure you're always wearing a pair of oversized sunglasses.

Take the photo from above to make it look like you're a giant.

Have fun and don't take yourself too seriously!

Remember, the key to making your photos stand out on Poshmark is to be creative, playful, and most importantly, not afraid to take risks.

With these 19 tips, you'll be well on your way to creating photos that are truly one-of-a-kind. Happy posing!


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