Saturday, June 19, 2010
Flattering Light For Portraits
Let’s get one thing straight: There’s no simple formula for portrait lighting.By William Sawalich Published in Shooting
Let’s get one thing straight: There’s no simple formula for portrait lighting. To make great portraits, you need to understand how to make your subject look his or her best, and to do that you have to find or create great light. Almost any lighting style can be used to make a portrait, and almost any light source—when used inappropriately—can make your subject look worse than he or she does in real life. These 10 tips will help you use your gear most effectively to craft flattering portrait lighting every time.
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