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The secret to a one-of-a-kind Valentine’s Day photo lies in its staging. Take the time to properly choose your accessories and backdrop and set a scene that does your love justice. Whether you go for funny or poignant, here are some ideas on how to create your very own romantic masterpiece.
Valentine’s Day is one of those rare occasions when accessories are essential for creating a photo that’s more original than one of a couple locking lips. The perfect accessories, combined with an amazing backdrop, will add feelings and originality to your photos. But before you even get your feet wet, don’t forget the most important thing—you need an assistant! Of course, you can make use of your camera’s timer to take a photo of the two of you without anyone’s help, but a real-life photographer, even an amateur one, will get you much better results.
A timeless symbol of love, there are a million ways to incorporate the classic heart into your photos. Here are a few ways to make hearts work in your photos:
Red is the colour of love par excellence. Boas, hats, roses, lipstick marks... there are so many ways to add a touch of red to your Valentine’s Day. Here’s an idea: take a colour photo, then use your photo editing software to change it to black and white—all except the red—making the colour of love really pop.
Two tree branches touching gently in the background? Make the most of your natural surroundings to frame or enhance your photos. Write sweet nothings in the snow in front of you or make heart-shaped ice cubes scatter them in the forefront of the shot. Down south? Not a problem. Draw a giant heart in the sand or use stones to create a heart shape, then stand in the middle of it with your loved one and take a high-angle shot.
Use these everyday items to take original and romantic photos:
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