Use a solid green or blue backdrop when taking the photos. Use dispersive lighting (umbrella) to prevent shadows. The photos must be high resolution (JPEG format).
Your feet must be in the same place when taking the postural photos. To accomplish this, trace your insoles on a large piece of cardboard. Then tape this cardboard directly to your floor (not carpeting). Make sure your feet and insoles are always within these tracing.
Use a tripod. Do not move the tripod when taking the 8 postural photos. Make sure the distance between you and the camera is exactly the same for all the postural photos.
In large part, the results of this analysis will determine what is necessary in order to successfully complete your proprioceptive therapy.
Follow the steps below implicitly. Do not omit a step.
Photos 11 & 12
Lateral Left Photo (Photo 7)