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10 Instagram-Approved Ways to Pose with Your Bag

Let your purse take centerstage.
When you’re taking your OOTD, you want to showcase the little details that matter—say, your bag! But we get it, sometimes you can get stumped when thinking of a pose to work with. Well, worry not, Preview girls! We take our cue
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10 Ways to Pose When You Never Know What to Do With Your Hands

Because no one wants to look awkward.
Some people are naturally adept at taking photos and posing for the camera. But for most people, it can get awkward especially when you don’t know what to do with your hands. One can place their arms akimbo only so many times
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A Beginner's Guide to Choosing Your Own Film Camera

Let's take a walk back to memory lane.
You’ve graduated from those film-emulating smartphone apps and now, you’re ready for the real deal—an actual film camera. It’s intimidating knowing you have so many options at your disposal, not to mention learning the technical specs of each camera. So here, with
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Here's Why You Should Take Black & White Photos at Your Next Party

See the black and white snaps at the #PreviewXXII party here!
Color holds power in captivating your audience. But there's something about the tonal contrasts of black and white photography that immediately commands attention. In busy parties, where colors can be overwhelming and light is scarce, black and white photography can immortalize the
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7 Tips to Help You Take Better Travel Photos

Don't be crazy about using filters.
Wish you could look back to your previous vacation with photos that are more than just a series of weirdly-angled selfies? Here are a few ways to take better travel shots:1. Have a reliable camera or camera phone that is capable of
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How to Level-up Your Instagram Feed on Your Next Vacation

Here's your cheat sheet to earning those double-taps!
More and more, Instagram is becoming the go-to choice of intrepid travelers for insider advice on the places they want to visit. Pathport (@pathport), a start-up company which hopes people will use it to curate travel itineraries in the manner they use