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Lighting for Portraits

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Light can dramatically alter the appearance of your subject. By simply changing the lighting, you can transform the mood from glamorous to ghoulish.
5 Tips to Photographing Couples by Photographic
There are several approaches to photographing couples. As with all portraiture, you can pose the two people for a more-formal look. Or you can
Bridal Portraiture in the Studio by Tamron
In this Tamron video Michael Ayers will show you some tips for creating spectacular portraits of brides.

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Improve Your Outdoor Portraits by Shutterbug
I love shooting outdoor portraits! As a matter of fact, it has become my “signature style.” During my busy season, I may take over 400 outdoor
How-to Edit Portraits by PopPhoto
If you want people to pose for you, it helps to give them pictures of them looking their best. Or even slightly better than their best. This
Photoshop Tutorial - Enhancing a Portrait by No BS photo success
This video screencast demonstrates how to edit a portrait photograph to make it stand out! Using dogde & burn, selective color function, and more.
How to Take a Romantic Portrait of the One You Love by NY Institute of Photography
What better way to show your affection for someone than to take a romantic portrait of that person?

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Portrait Photography by Photo.net
I share a studio with a world-famous portrait photographer: Elsa Dorfman. We have access to the same location, background, lights, and equipment.
Composing People Pictures by Kodak
At the heart of composing good people pictures are a few basic decisions: what picture format to use, where to position the subject within the
Tips for Shooting Group Portraits by Photographic
The dictionary defines a group as "a number of people or things that are considered together or regarded as belonging together." Lately, I find
Is Portrait Formatting always best for Portraits? by digital-photography-school.com
"There are two main ways of holding a camera when taking an image - vertically or horizontally. These two modes are also often referred to as
Shooting Great Portraits with Portable Strobes by WebPhotoSchool
At Web Photo School, we get a lot of people asking about how best to set up and shoot a simple portrait using a strobe light and a digital camera.
11 Tips for Better Candid Photography by digital-photography-school.com
"Candid styles of photography are increasingly becoming popular both in general day to day photography but also in formal photographic situations.
8 Simple Steps To Giving An Airbrushed Look To Your Portraits by Photographic
This exercise is going to show you a simple trick that will add pizzazz to your portraits. It's a little twist on the old Photoshop technique
Using the String Method for Perfect Portraits by WebPhotoSchool
In this lesson we will show you how set up and shoot the perfect portrait every time. With a few simple tips and tricks, you can rig your portrait
Creating Pro Portraits Digitally ... In Six Easy Steps by Photographic
Most of us don’t have the luxury of our own professional studio or studio equipment, so we make do with the gear we have. That doesn't mean
Digital Portrait Photography by MalekTips
Basic guide to Digital Portrait Photography. Learn how to take advantage of digital features for children photos, learn how to avoid the blinking

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