Seriously, a quick scroll through Instagram will remind you everyone loves a good butt photo. In fact, taking nude photos of my body has been crucial to my eating disorder and body dysmorphia recovery over the last several years. Nailing the angle in a mirror selfie is always tough, and lighting is hard to manage there, too.
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Skip navigation! Story from Body. This story was originally published on September 16th, Butts have been having a moment. Such a moment, in fact, that even the staff over at Vogue caught wind of the trend.
Social media is full of digital personas that people have adopted in order to show off the best version of themselves to the rest of the internet. She currently has 1. Victoria has had her fair share of body insecurities in the past, which she explained in the caption.
Most of us have a "good side" or a certain pose that we revert to when we're taking photos. It might come down to a head tilt, hand placement, leg bend, or body turn. These poses often yield great pictures and lots of likes, but it's important not to take them at face value. Anna Victoria, a fitness trainer, recently reminded followers of that when she posted a side-by-side photo on Instagram to show how easy it is to create the perfect picture with a few minor changes. In one photo, Victoria was relaxed and turned to the side; in the other, she arched her back, flexed her booty, and turned her back to the mirror. A lot of the booty pics you see on Instagram are flexed, pushed out, back arched so much it actually hurts Not theirs. People are always going to have opinions on your body.