Latest Articles in the Category Portraits:
Wide-angle Lenses for Portrait Photography? Sure—Just Stand Back and Choose the Right Angle
Wide-angle lenses are generally used for photographing landscapes and architecture. But what about using them to take portraits? In this article, we’ll look at how to position your subject when you’re shooting portraits with an ultra-wide lens, how high to shoot from, and what to keep in mind when choosing an environment.
TFP Photography—The Best Way to Expand Your Portfolio
If your focus is portrait photography, then you’ve definitely ended up at some point with no-one to photograph. No matter whether you’ve envisioned a project and need to find the right model, or you just want to photograph someone interesting, TFP will be a helpful way to work together.
Photographer/Model Cooperation: What Should You Keep in Mind to Keep It Working?
A friendly relationship between the photographer and the model is absolutely fundamental for the entire process of portraiture. It should definitely include mutual respect and understanding. A photographer should respect certain requests from their model, and meanwhile the model should know how to respect the work of the photographer. There are a few basic principles that apply for both models and photographers, and we’ll look at them in this article.
How to Photograph a Cosplay: A Good Costume, Preparation, and Inspiration are the Foundation
How can you make costumes really shine in your photos? In this article, you’ll learn where to find models for cosplay portraits, how to prepare for the shot, and what to concentrate on. Then we’ll illustrate it all through the example of a real-world shoot.
Photographing Models in Different Environments I – Nature
The first of a series of articles on how to find shot locations outdoors and what elements within them to put to work. There are few limits outdoors, and so this is a good environment for practically every type of photography.
3 Tips on Shooting Portraits Against the Light
Taking pictures against the light doesn’t have to mean ruined photos. Not at all. It can give you some very impressive portraits. And all you need here to keep from ending up with an unusable picture is a little skill. Take a look at the right way to shoot a portrait against the light.
Learn to Photograph Children, Step by Step
Many variables are involved when photographing children: light, expression, composition, camera position, and more. You produce your final picture by mixing these “ingredients.” Don’t know where to start?
Improve Your Kid Portraits Using Landscape Compositions
When most photographers hear the word “composition,” they think of landscape photographs. But we’ll show you that you can use these same guidelines when photographing kids.
The Best Angle, Lens, and Aperture: Take a Look at How to Do Portraits Right
Portrait photography is one of photography’s basic genres. Like the others, it has its specifics that are good to keep in mind so that you can get the very best photos.