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From the bikini selfie to faking longer legs: Getting the perfect beach shot

Trendsetters By Derrick Oluoch
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With life slowly picking up post-lockdown, you could be considering going to the coast to cool some self-isolation steam as you try to adopt to the new normal. Photos are a big part of vacations and if you didn’t Instagram it, it didn’t happen. So, how do you make your ‘photo sessions’ down at the beach worthwhile? From showing off your cute little bikini to flaunting your curves, here are some tips to inspire your next perfect beach shot:

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Faking longer limps. You can tip toe and extend your upper body by reaching for an accessory like a hat or sunglasses, or anything above your head

(@bonang_m)

Taking a shot showing a little bit of your sexy back. To add to it, you can find an area with palm trees. Also, take the photo from a lower angle

(@michelle.ntalami)

A selfie, of course! You can’t find anything better than that bikini selfie

(@justjoykendi)

Laughing shots never go wrong. Time that light breeze and let nature add drama to your shot

How about getting in the water and taking a shot walking out? You can add sassiness by pretending to be doing something like, say, tying your hair?

(@michelle.ntalami)

Tell be a better double-tap worthy beach photo other than one where you are flaunting those curves lying, or walking, on the sand

(@michelle.ntalami)
(@justjoykendi)

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