To me, this equates to the type of pictures I do when I am blogging. For me, my priority is showing off the outfit to its best. I tend to take my pictures as close up as I can without cutting out too much of the outfit, and because I hate full body (head to toe) shots. If I have to do one, I try to find a sitting pose that will work for the outfit as I find that easier than trying to fit my full avi into a standing shot. I heard once that you shouldn't cut fingers or toes out of pictures as that is a disturbing image, and also not around the knees, so I always try to keep that in mind when I am framing up a shot.
1. Accessories - choosing bags, jewelry and hair that doesn't cover it up and compliments the look I am going for.
2. Pose - One that suits the outfit, doesn't clip/hide the texture or features of the outfit and makes me want to buy it if I saw it on someone else's blog.
3. Background - Do I want one that will make the picture part of a scene, or just a simple backdrop that will make the look the focus? This is usually the part that takes me the longest.
4. Windlight/Shadows - I tend to use these to add a little extra to the pictures, but sometimes things look better without them. It all depends on what look I want for my picture
5. Editing - I tend not to do much editing to my pictures because I spend time making sure they look as good as I can inworld, that often I don't need to fix anything. But if I do, it's just little fixes like hair/body clipping, alpha conflicts etc. Then I simply blur, add my current favourite filter and then I crop the picture to what I think looks best.
A couple of examples...
P.S. EYES! I always make sure they are looking either directly into the camera to "connect" with the audience, or if they are looking away, it's because it suits the mood of the picture.