Influencer reveals how Instagram stars instantly ‘lift’ their derrières and remove appearance of cellulite by facing the sun and shooting from a side angle
An influencer has set out to shatter the illusion of perfection often found on our social media feeds by revealing how models take the ‘perfect’ booty snaps using different lighting and angles.
Wanting to show what’s actually ‘real’, she fills her Instagram account with candid images and urges her followers not to compare themselves to models and influencers.
Recently, she shared side-by-side pictures taken just five seconds apart from each other, writing: ‘When you face the sunlight directly on and the camera is shooting from the side, it softens the skin and creates lots of shadow effects appearing to be toned muscles.’
In one image Georgie gave a more relaxed pose showcasing her natural skin dimples in a stunning nude bikini as she faced the shade while in a second snap, her derriere looked smooth as she arched her back.
Georgie Clarke, 25, from London, has set out to shatter the illusion of perfection often found on our social media feeds by revealing how models take the ‘perfect’ booty snaps using different lighting and angles
Georgie took to Instagram to show her 700,000 followers the different techniques used by social media stars to achieve their flawless snaps
Captioning the post, Georgie wrote: ‘Facing the shade VS Facing the sunlight.
‘When the camera is from a side and low angle… facing the shade means that the harshest part of the light hits your body.’
She added: ‘These were taken 5 seconds apart from each other, they’re the exact same body in different lights.
‘Lighting had a huge impact on how our bodies appear on camera so please don’t be fooled when you see magazine pictures or Instagram shots where the person looks flawless. 90 per cent of it is down to the correct lighting and angel of the camera.
Wanting to show what’s actually ‘real’, she fills her Instagram account with candid images and urges her followers not to compare themselves to models and influencers (pictured left and right, posing to show how lighting and angles can change an image)
The Instagram star, who has amassed 700,000 followers on the app, confessed she had also ‘spent hours agonising over’ her body
‘I’ve seen pictures of myself where I am caught unawares and a shot has been taken like the left image.
‘It used to really upset me and I’d spent hours agonising over how I could change my body.
‘Now I just know that it’s down to lighting and I don’t need to change anything about my body… because I can take the exact same shot with flattering light and feel great about myself.
‘Stop comparing yourselves, you’re great and you’ve got this.’
With another set of candid snaps, the influencer confessed she would have ‘deleted’ the image on the right, only sharing the more flattering photo on the left
The 25-year-old detailed how ‘a clever pose, adjusted angle, strategic lighting and tensed body’ could enhance a body
In another candid snap, she shared the photo she would usually post as opposed to one she would of deleted.
The influencer looked incredible in lavender beach wear as she posed perching on a chair in the left snap.
Meanwhile she looked more relaxed in the picture on the right as she tied up her brunette locks.
She captioned the post: ‘Do you ever get put off buying a beachwear because you know you won’t look the same as the Instagram model wearing it?
She uses techniques such as clever posing, adjusting her body angle and strategic lighting to get the ‘perfect’ snap (pictured left and right)
‘Well guess what… the model doesn’t even look like that in real life.
‘It’s a clever pose, adjusted angle, strategic lighting, tensed body that’s then been enhanced and airbrushed….’
She added: ‘It’s not real life ladies, stop comparing yourself!
Another before-and-after composite captures the Instagram star looking every inch a model wearing gym gear, before slouching down and arching her shoulders
‘Everything we’ve been taught and conditioned to hate about ourselves is actually completely normal!
‘Cellulite, dimples, scars, stretch marks… rolls… you name it, everyone has these things!’
Another before-and-after composite captures the Instagram star looking every inch a model wearing gym gear, before slouching down and arching her shoulders.
The Instagram influencer has urged other women ‘to stop comparing themselves’ to the models they see online (pictured left and right, posing)