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1. Show Your Shape
To compare the changes, you’ll need to see the changes. It’s impossible to do this if you’re wearing a baggy shirt or shorts. Form-fitting active wear/swimwear is best. Your stomach area should be visible, as this is a great indicator of weight loss and/or muscle gain.

2. Shoot from 3 Angles
To understand the full scope of how your body is changing, it’s important to capture your front, side, and back. For consistency, always choose the same side each time.

3. Stand in Natural Light
Try to take your photo in natural daylight. If that isn’t possible, ensure that your room is well lit and there is as much light as possible.

4. Maintain Good Posture
Stand up straight, with your shoulders back and down and arms relaxed at your sides. Recreate the same pose each time.