"Park that dump truck on your heels, arch that back, and show off that booooty."
"The closest thing to the camera appears the largest, so here, my hand is larger than my head. But, when I bring it here, it's not," David demonstrated. "We can use this to our advantage. Let's say I wanted to make my tiny Korean ass bigger. Then what I need to do is bring it toward the camera and it upgraded to a little Korean dump truck. Under the same principal, if you want your face to look smaller, you just need to bring it back. Lean back a little bit and then, added benefit, you'll look even longer in your legs."
"Avoiding your double chin in photos is a lot simpler than you think," David said. "Just think about when you do see your double chin. For me, it's when I have my face squished in, lying down with the camera angle low. So I'll do the opposite: angle up, chin out, there you go!"
"The very first thing I do all the time is I show my friends where to pose and how to pose," David said, with this tip being the first of four. "I don't tell them, I show them. This is by far one of the most important tips. By doing this, you're acknowledging how nerve-racking it may be to be in public and taking photos, and you're willing to share the spotlight. You're really setting the tone to be a moral support and not just some photographer."
"Grab a little chair, sit down, foot up top [on the pot], [other] foot up top [on the chair], go for a little lean, show off the bicep — sheesh," David joked while simultaneously pulling off a perfect plant pic before showing a few other posing options.
"You're going to strut into that photo shoot, look the photographer dead in the eyes, and say, 'Let's get that boat covered, baby,' because you are the main character. ... And you know what you're not going to do? You're not going to worry about the photos because you're the baddest bitch in the room. No, scratch that, you're the baddest bitch in the whole galaxy, and you don't worry about things like that because you're feelin' yourself. You are immaculate. Go out there, kill the photo shoot. Do it."