17. Go in closer for details
Don’t forget the close up details which can add context and a story to your photographs.
The couple above loved these images because they are significant to the way they like to spend their time and is a representation of them as a family rather than a portrait focusing on their facial expression.
This approach is good for those that are not confident in front of the camera or make great in-between shots in a montage of images.
PAGE 1: Tips for before and during your shoot
PAGE 2: Shoot from a high vantage point
PAGE 3: Alter your camera angle
PAGE 4: Group reportage
PAGE 5: Set subjects a task
PAGE 6: Go closer for details
PAGE 7: Act out a story
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