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In a move that’s been labelled as “bold” and “daring” by members of Betoota’s social circuit, local woman Bella Vacante has looked shyly towards the ground in a social photo that has the scene buzzing.
“After the backlash pouting like a duck received following its explosion in 2015, us girls have been looking for something that almost gives the opposite vibe,” Vacante revealed exclusively to the Advocate earlier today.
“Where the duckface gave the impression that we’re desperate to have our photo taken – which we’re of course not – if I look shyly away from the camera, it looks as if the photo happened by total accident.”
“It’s changed the game,” says Vacante’s friends. When asked on where it is you’re supposed to look, Vacante revealed the key areas one should
When asked on where it is you’re supposed to look, Vacante revealed the key areas one should focus if you want the photo to look as natural or “accidental” as possible.
“Definitely down towards the ground is where you want to be looking. Unless you’re standing with a friend, then you can tilt the angle down gently towards your friend’s person, be it their feet, cleavage, whatever.
“Whatever you do, just don’t look directly at the camera man. Sure you had to ask him for the snap, but as soon as he agrees to it – look straight down!”
Vacante also says to not be shy when it comes to checking with the photographer that the shot came out okay, and not be afraid to do re-shoots if it’s not quite right.
“Eventually the photographer will just give in and let you do as many shots as you want til you really nail that, ‘I really don’t care how I look in this photo’ vibe.”