- Candids refers to unposed photographs, often as shot at an event such as a wedding. For example, during a wedding a photographer taking candid photos will walk around a wedding reception where people are interacting and find interesting moments to capture when the subjects aren't expecting to be photographed. A candid feel can be had in studio and portrait photography by using prompts and capturing the subject in unposed moments that convey emotion.
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