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Senior portrait tip: Posing two female models
Senior portrait tip: Adding movement to poses
Senior portrait tips: Go-to sitting poses to try
Easy pose ideas for senior girl portrait sessions
Portrait photography tip: Mixing different light qualities
How to use light modifiers to mimic natural light
Five fresh tips for better beach portraits
How to create a bokeh background using water
How to create beautiful portrait lighting using v-flats
Portrait photography tip: Working in “boring” locations
Posing men who aren’t models for great portraits
How to control your background

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Light Modifiers for NON-Flashy Flash Photography in a Backlit Photo - youtube

How to use light modifiers to mimic natural light

It’s easy to see why natural light is popular for portrait photography. This soft, diffused type of lighting is flattering for skin tone and creates a beautiful, airy-look to the photos. However, what if the weather isn’t ideal during your

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5 Tips for Better Beach Portraits | Master Your Craft - youtube

Five fresh tips for better beach portraits

Planning to hit the beach soon for a scenic portrait session? You’d best be ready with some fresh ideas that make the most out of your location. You don’t always need a fancy setup for this. With today’s featured tips,

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Bokeh Background Using Water | Take and Make Great Photography with Gavin Hoey - youtube

How to create a bokeh background using water

Adding bokeh to the background is one of the sure-fire ways to make portraits extra interesting. It may not be easily available in your shooting locations. But there’s actually an easy way to create the effect right in your backyard!

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HOW TO POSE Men who are NOT Models - youtube

Posing men who aren’t models for great portraits

Posing subjects is one of the things that many beginner portrait photographers struggle with. Not anyone can have access to professional models for their practice and projects, especially in today’s challenging times. So, it makes sense to shoot with friends

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If You Want Great Images Learn To Control The Background! - youtube

How to control your background

One of the things that noticeably separate novices from pros is how the background looks. This is especially the case for portraits and close-up shots, which often look so much better with out of focus backgrounds. It effectively eliminates distracting

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Light Modifiers for NON-Flashy Flash Photography in a Backlit Photo - youtube

How to use light modifiers to mimic natural light

It’s easy to see why natural light is popular for portrait photography. This soft, diffused type of lighting is flattering for skin tone and creates a beautiful, airy-look to the photos. However, what if the weather isn’t ideal during your

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5 Tips for Better Beach Portraits | Master Your Craft - youtube

Five fresh tips for better beach portraits

Planning to hit the beach soon for a scenic portrait session? You’d best be ready with some fresh ideas that make the most out of your location. You don’t always need a fancy setup for this. With today’s featured tips,

Read More
Bokeh Background Using Water | Take and Make Great Photography with Gavin Hoey - youtube

How to create a bokeh background using water

Adding bokeh to the background is one of the sure-fire ways to make portraits extra interesting. It may not be easily available in your shooting locations. But there’s actually an easy way to create the effect right in your backyard!

Read More
HOW TO POSE Men who are NOT Models - youtube

Posing men who aren’t models for great portraits

Posing subjects is one of the things that many beginner portrait photographers struggle with. Not anyone can have access to professional models for their practice and projects, especially in today’s challenging times. So, it makes sense to shoot with friends

Read More
If You Want Great Images Learn To Control The Background! - youtube

How to control your background

One of the things that noticeably separate novices from pros is how the background looks. This is especially the case for portraits and close-up shots, which often look so much better with out of focus backgrounds. It effectively eliminates distracting

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