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Portrait Tips: Instant variety with PortaScreen
If your clients are like mine, they usually don't know what they need or want. They need a headshot, and...
Get creative with your social media headshot
Photographers have a habit of walking a creative line. Too far one way, the concept is met with ridicule and...
Portrait Tips: How to gel the sun
Light and color are the only things your camera records, so those things should be a the top of your...
You might be struggling. But so are your clients.
When the COVID-19 pandemic first hit, we had no idea how devastating it would be to all of us. Over...
Defining focus in a headshot
Later this year, I'm exhibiting some portraits of nurses on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic. In preparing for...
Get rid of the early morning look in your headshots
Have you ever got portraits where your client seemed to come out of bed? Here’s how to naturally get rid...
Portrait Tips: How to pose couples
I hate to break it to you, but making pictures of one person is easy. It's level one, beginner, easy-cheese....
Six keys to running a successful corporate portrait business
(Editor’s Note: We welcome this guest post from James Maher. James is a New York corporate portrait and headshot photographer.) For any...
Positioning your lights for headshot photography
Positioning your lights for a headshot is really a very important part of making headshots. Generally speaking, you want to...
Compose and light the perfect business headshot with a free Viewbug membership
For any businessperson, it's important to have a professional-looking portrait. Whether it's for your LinkedIn profile or your company's website,...

Portrait Tips: How to gel the sun

Light and color are the only things your camera records, so those things should be a the top of your mind for every photo you make. Last week I was making headshots and the background had to be the building

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Defining focus in a headshot

Later this year, I’m exhibiting some portraits of nurses on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic. In preparing for this, I played around with a few different styles, ultimately coming up with something that I think really lends itself

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Portrait Tips: How to pose couples

I hate to break it to you, but making pictures of one person is easy. It’s level one, beginner, easy-cheese. When you add another person, it becomes a lot harder — much more than twice as hard. Right now I’ll

Read More

Defining focus in a headshot

Later this year, I’m exhibiting some portraits of nurses on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic. In preparing for this, I played around with a few different styles, ultimately coming up with something that I think really lends itself

Read More

Portrait Tips: How to pose couples

I hate to break it to you, but making pictures of one person is easy. It’s level one, beginner, easy-cheese. When you add another person, it becomes a lot harder — much more than twice as hard. Right now I’ll

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