When it comes to creating the most aesthetic Instagram feed around, who better to turn to than EXO‘s Suho? Suho is known not only for posting some of the most artistic and heart-fluttering photos around, but he has also perfected the flow of his posts to bring the ultimate experience to anyone who visits his page.
Many people have been curious to know Suho’s secrets to creating the ultimate aesthetic feed, and through a recent interview with Allure, Suho revealed his best tips and tricks for taking the best photos and more for the gram.
Suho first touched on how you can ask other people to take pictures of you. Since some angles are next to impossible to take yourself, you’re probably going to need a little help. Suho’s tip? Take a picture of another person exactly how you want to be photographed and ask them to take it like that!
First, I take a picture of that person, whoever it is. I instruct the person how to stand there and set the angle to take the picture. After taking a picture of that person, I show it to them and ask them to take it like that.
Suho’s next tip is all about taking photos in famous spots. Suho has wowed many fans with his ability to take photos at places like the Louvre Museum and the Colosseum without snapping a whole bunch of people and tourists in the photo.
To snap photos just like Suho at these famous places, the key is getting an early start! Suho revealed that he tends to explore cities early in the morning to beat the crowds and take some seriously stunning photos.
I believe in the idiom, ‘The early bird gets the picture without other people in the frame.’ Even hot tourist spots, if you get up early and walk around there are not many people around.
If you’re not an early bird like Suho, then maybe his next trick will be more your style. If you’re traveling with friends, they’ll likely know your best angles and can help cover up the other people!
And if I travel with a friend who is good at taking photos, they know how to cover up the people using the best angle. Through these methods, I can take photos with no one else in them.
And if you’re more concerned about finding just the right lighting, then Suho has some thoughts on that as well. While he does prefer the lighting offered by the morning sunshine, he also suggested taking pictures from 3 to 5 PM when the sun is the brightest!
Lighting is crucial for photography. The photos I like are all due to the sunlight. I think taking photos between 3 PM and 5 PM when the sun is the brightest will look gorgeous.
With Suho’s tips, anyone can create a super aesthetic Instagram feed! Those, however, weren’t the only secrets Suho divulged! He also dove into the topic of creating a sense of connectedness between different photos and posts, discussed his wall art aesthetics, and more so don’t miss out on any of his tips and tricks below: