I am Kate Branch: Photographer, Author and Social Media Manager. My undergraduate degree (BA Fine arts, UNSW) fine-tuned my creative conceptual skills. My Masters (MA Art Therapy, UWS) deepened my ability to create imagery that has an emotional connection.
When I am not photographing portraits,
I am sharing my landscape photography with the world. I am the author of How to look good in photos. I also have a You tube channel giving tips and tricks on "How to look good in photos."
Have you ever wondered why celebrities look so good in photos? From smart phones selfies, to professional cameras at big events- there is always a picture being taken. From the dating game, to the boardroom, and even your holidays. Images are captured so learn professional photographer Kate Branch’s tricks and look your best! Click here to enter http://zestnow.com/contest/52
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Zest.com just gave its readers some fantastic tips and tricks to look fabulous and wrinkle free in photos. Check the post out at zest.com or read it below
Secrets for Women Over 50 - Look Great in Your Photo
Look your best - and wrinkle free - in your photo!
As a professional photographer for over 12 years, many of my clients are in the 50+ age range that all have one thing in common: they all worry about wrinkles showing up on photos.
I run a series of workshops, and when I ask attendees to find a great spot for a photo shoot, they immediately gravitate towards a clean backdrop. This is actually an error that’s common for most people. The main objective of having a great photo taken is purely through sourcing the best natural light around.
How Light Changes Photos:
Natural light can shave up to 10 years off a face and the more even the light; it will remove blemishes, wrinkles and dark spots. The magic of light is incredible when the final photo results are shown to clients. More y…
As a photographer for twelve years, I’ve had my fair share of taking thousands of photos from people in a multitude of settings. Looking through the lens, I see something unique about their personality and characteristics. Just about the biggest mistakes people make with their dating profile photo is that they don’t show any personality characteristics about themselves. One of the first things I explain in the dating profile chapter of my book How to Look Good in Photos is that your profile photo needs to stand out. It must communicate who you are and your interests in life, to attract the right partner. By posting a really great profile photo, you enhance your unique qualities, which will grab the attention of like minded suitors. You are also essentiall…