It’s Diwali & we are all ready to roll and glam up. It is not only the festival of lights and happiness but it marks the feeling of joy that you find in little things. Diwali is about meeting people after ages and passing the love on. It is all about memories, memories that we have, and the memories we will make, and all you want to do is to freeze the moment. So here are a few ways to look amazing and flaunt your amazing pictures this Diwali.
Fairy lights never disappoint
Well, that’s true, fairy lights never disappoint, these lights are little angelic balls of happiness that can glow up your mood. Get creative this Diwali, and brighten up your pictures with fairy lights and show off on social media, you can either hold the lights, use props or just use it as a background curtain of string lights it’s all up to you, use your creativity and click amazing pictures.
Show off your beautiful Rangoli
Rangoli is a celebrated timeless tradition in India during festive seasons, colors are most noticeable in the traditional rangoli patterns that grace the entrance of every home. It is a great prop as well to grace up your Diwali pictures, you don’t have to do much just sit next to your beautiful rangoli give it some company, and get amazing candid pictures clicked.
Go for the 'Diya Glow'
Diwali is about brightening up and spread light and happiness, Diyas signify goodness, purity, and good luck. A great means to hype up your Diwali pictures, just hold the Diya, stand or sit near diyas and get your beautiful pictures clicked!
Be a patakha with a patakha
Diwali night is filled with light and sound of all kinds of “Patakas”. Patakas or firecrackers mark joy and happiness. Not only fulfilling this Diwali purpose they can be used as props, and the most common one is “Phuljhadi” Just hold the Phuljhadi and lit up your Diwali pictures. Just don’t bring the crackers too close to your body or camera it can be dangerous too. Be safe and have fun.
Light up your photos as you light the sky
Paper lanterns make the sky look so beautiful, they are also eco-friendly and a greener option than firecrackers, you can take pretty amazing pictures right before releasing it into the sky, Just hold up your lantern high enough, pose and you are ready to roll. Happy Diwali!