How To Perfect Your Flat Lay Photos

By Jessica Sletmo

How many times have you tried to take a flat lay photo? And how many times have you been pleased with the outcome? Let’s face it, taking flat lays are hard, but you’re not a quitter, are you? These articles will teach you how to finally take the perfect flat lay:

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How To Take A Perfect Flatlay

By Thirteen Thoughts

“You might not catch me snapping pictures of my food when I’m at a restaurant, but it’s a whole different story when it comes to taking pictures for this blog. As you guys know, one of my favorite things to write about is photography and recently the hilarious Instagram Husband video inspired me to create today’s post!”

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How To: The Perfect Flat Lay Photo

By Imdrewscott

“A Flat Lay Photo is definitely one of my favorite types of photos to take, create and share. They are almost like a little puzzle or art piece. Instagram was the platform that really introduced me to the “flat lay”. Now you may be thinking to yourself, “What is a flat lay photo?”. A flat lay photo is one that is taken from above to showcase specific items or a themed group of items to express a mood, color way or showcase favorites (This is my definition at least). I personally think that learning from words can be pretty tricky when it comes to photo subjects, thus I created a video for your viewing pleasure! Below the video is also some written tips you may want to take a peak at when your finished.”

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Instagram Travel Tip: How To Master The Flat-Lay

By MyDomaine

“While the selfie still reigns as the most popular image on Instagram, the most iconic would have to go to the humble flat-lay. If you need proof, just click through to Flatlays, a dedicated Insta account featuring more than 210,000 perfectly arranged squares. What started out as a great way to show off your #ootd has quickly turned into the perfect travel journal. From travel bloggers to vacationers, the fixed four-by-four format is a fun way to document your jet-setting essentials, passport stamps, new country's currency, snorkel style, glamping gear, and motel mementos, all while putting your creative skills to the test.”

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