- Take a minimum of 4 images/views: 1 front view, 2 profile views, and 1 full back shot.
- Take photography in good lighting so the Physician can clearly see your contours and skin elasticity. Turning the flash on is recommended as long as it does not wash out your photo
- Take the photography against a solid background, like the back of a bathroom door or against a bare wall
- Use Portrait mode (not horizontal) so the physician can see as much of your body as possible. If you have someone you feel comfortable with it would be best for them to take the photo (or use the self-timer option on your camera). Selfies are not as useful but are better than no photographs.
- Try not to be too close/focused, photos should be taken at a distance to capture more of your face/body.
- Use the self-timer camera feature in capturing these angles. Or, have someone you feel comfortable with taking the photos.