New Workshop: Photographing Group Portraits!

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My first attempt at a portrait shoot, I would really appreciate some constructive feedback on what is good and what needs improving (and... (show more)
Exif Data
  • NIKON D7000
  • 50.0 MM F/1.8
  • f/2.8
  • 50mm
  • 1/200
  • 200


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  1. kim williams

    when taking a portrait it helps if the model pushed the chin forward and down to put the model in a more flattering position.. this also helps reduce any double chin and emphasize the jaw line. in your photo the head it tilted at an angle which doesn’t really do much for the photo. if you google sue bryce you will see what I am talking about. women like photos them look good.. if your model lowered her chin 1/2 – 1″ and pushed her chin forward the image would look more flattering for a woman. Also photographing her at a 45 degree angle ( her body will slim her a little bit.. another trick is having your model stand facing the camera at a 45 degree angle and push her hip back and away from the camera will reduce the size of her mid section resulting in a more flattering image.

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