portrait photography tips for beginners

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Shoot up to give power Shoot down to take power away

Portrait Photography tips for Beginners

Shoot up to give power Shoot down to take power away

In tip #2, I mentioned that it generally isn t good to shoot down on babies and kids. The reason is that kids are already small, so shooting down on them is so common that the photo does not look as it should. Similarly, you can make a subject seem more powerful by shooting from a lower angle up to the subject. For example, it would be ridiculous to shoot Michael Jordan from above. Since you want to make a sports star look powerful, it would make much more sense to shoot that subject from a lower angle.


Spacing is key for group portraits
Contrast clothes and environment
Get a proper system in place for your memory cards
Warm that flash for sunset portraits
Let that shutter rip to get great expressions
Think like you re shooting film
If you haven t yet learned your lesson pay attention to the background
Over expose
Quit being a pansy
Learn to use the golden mean rather than the rule of thirds
Try not to show the flat portion of the hand
Learn the famous S pose
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