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7 Tips Not To Look Fat on Photos

These tips are not for the skinny 90-60-90 girls but there isn't any word about the way to lose another couple of pounds. These tips will help you to look slimmer in front of the objective lens and feel more confident while being shot.

It isn't quite comfortable when the photo isn't a group one. In that case you have no one to hide your curves behind. The embarrassment and shyness can be seen on the photo, moreover they will suppress your real emotions and make your face look strained and dull. There isn't any problem actually if your figure doesn't match the modern standards of beauty. Modern is the key word as for example Rubens might adore your body shape. But in the present-day world you seem to look somewhat plump.

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A Game without Rules

It seems that in modern concrete jungle the rules of love game have changed and it became impossible to define who is the victim and who is the hunter in it. The social role of women is rapidly changing and the initiate in starting the relations is not viewed as inappropriate behavioral pattern any more.

In childhood the women were told not to call the men first or invite them somewhere and it was right for that time. But now, as the women became equal to men in terms of income, carrier promotion and political influence the gender archetypes are not working any more. Eye shooting ceased to be the only weapon of women in hunting for men and the modern principle of action is the following – if you want to have something (or someone) just go and take it (or him).

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The Life of Camille Claudel Before Meeting Rodin

Camille Claudel was born on the 8th of December in 1864 in the small town called Fere situated in the northern province of France. Her father Louis Prosper Claudel was a wealthy and respectful man. His business was connected with real estate and her mother Louise was a devoted catholic. She was a calm woman moderate in her emotional affects and seemed to live in her own world. The children were the center of her living. The Claudel family had two girls, Camille and Louise and a son named Paul. Each child was born two years later after the birth of the previous one and Camille was the eldest of them.

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