Top 10 Tips on Portrait Photography

If you want to photograph your subject from head to toe carefully choose your aperture setting to allow your subject to be totally in focus. If you are still shooting wide open at a 2.8 for instance, your depth of field is too shallow to have your subject in full focus. Close down your aperture to about a 5.6, don’t take your shutter speed lower than 1/125 because it will cause blur, increase your ISO to 200 and see if you can bring enough light in to get a great shot. This is assuming you are shooting in shade or at dusk or both. These settings are suggestions to get you to understand what I am saying, so play around with different combination’s to find out what works best.

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