Want to make like a model on camera? Bar Refaeli shared some sexy photo shoot tips with Esquire in the magazine's July 2009 issue.
"The palm of your hand – you need to make it long, your fingers long," she said, adding, "always make your feet point."
And she stopped to demonstrate another tip.
"Your collarbone… How do I say it? Let me show it. Pop it up, pop it out. It's all in the definition of the bones," she said.
Bar leads by example on the issue's cover with the opening lines of a new Stephen King story, "Moriarty," painted on her nude body, a first for the mag.
"I haven't seen anything like that ever. So I wanted to be the girl who did it," she said.
The star also graced the cover of this year's Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, and said she'd like to follow in the footsteps of another SI alum.
"Heidi Klum. I really like what she's doing," Bar said of the "Project Runway" host. "It's what I picture myself as."
Now, Bar can picture herself dating Leonardo DiCaprio and serving as the face of surfwear brand Hurley — and the Israeli bombshell credits her Middle Eastern childhood with her beachside appeal.
"I walked along dirt roads and picked oranges and played with dogs and rabbits and chickens and horses," she said. "Israel is so small. Israeli girls are a little more – I'm not comparing – but we're very confident. We like to have fun. We're very free. It shows in our character, and it goes in the camera."
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