Helpful Hints for Your Photos
- Lighting is important. Soft, natural daylight recommended. Turn toward a window.
- Avoid shadows across the face. Even lighting is best.
- Smile like you mean it. A Mona Lisa smiles work well. Or show your teeth. Capture an expression that enhances You. Order multiples for Your variable moods.
- Remove glasses.
- Frame the photos like a headshot, so that your head and a bit of your shoulders are visible. Your face should take up most of the frame, so we can get the most realism in the mask.
- Keep the camera vertical and at eye level.
- If taking Selfie, hold camera arm's length away.
- Remember your background. Simple is good.
- Filters are okay but don’t go crazy. Don’t overthink it.
- Artwork quality: High resolution is best (300dpi, Actual Size 2-3MB per photo)
- Make sure photos are in focus and not blurry.
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It's simple. The better the photos, the better the mask.