From Alexa Chung to the Olsens, the 14 Camera Poses You Need to Know

We’ve covered in-depth the myriad of ways to take a great photo. From avoiding a low angle to standing up straight, the tips and tricks to looking top-notch on film are ready for the taking. However, when it comes to women that seemingly never take a bad photo, we looked a bit closer and realized they have a small set of poses they always turn to. Enter: today’s slideshow. We gathered 14 poses for you to practice and perfect for your next event. Enjoy! 

This post was originally published at an earlier date and has since been updated by Emily Greenberg.

Who: Chiara Ferragni. What It Is: Play it cool and cross one foot over the other. 
Who: Alessandra Ambrosio. : Hands on hips, feet hip-length apart.
Who: Taylor Swift: Pretend you are in ballet class and point your foot forward with one hand firmly on your hip. 
Who: Alexa Chung. : Cross at your ankles, and flatten the outer edge of your foot onto the ground. 
Who: Eva Chen. Shift your weight to one side, but instead of a severe hip pop, point your toe out as far as you can in the opposite direction.
Who: Olivia Palermo. No muss, no fuss—just stick your right leg slightly more forward than the left.
Who: Blake Lively. Face the corner with a hand on your hip and the same foot forward.
Who: Emma Stone.  Stand with your arms at your side and feet almost touching, and slightly shift your rib cage to the left or right.
Who: Rihanna. : Pose from the side to show off your curves, of course.
Who: Victoria Beckham. Face the camera at a three-quarter angle, lean back, snap!
Who: Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen. : Posing with your bestie? Forget slinging your arms around each other’s shoulders. Stand tall and face inward toward each other. Don’t forget to say “”!
Who: Rosie Huntington-Whiteley. Cross your legs, but keep them and your arms straight to elongate your body.
Who: Karlie Kloss. Ever so slightly shift your weight to the left, and casually place your hand on your hip.
Who: Beyoncé . : Slightly bend your elbows and place both hands palm-down onto your upper thighs. 

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