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    11 portrait photography techniques your subjects want you to know

    | Photography Tips | Portraits | 26/10/2012 02:00am
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    Best portrait photography techniques, 6-10

    6) 18 of the best-ever posing tips for group photos

    18 of the best ever posing tips for group photos

    The formal and informal group photo is always very popular at any social event including birthday parties, weddings or even on a night out with friends. However, the same mistakes seem to crop up, and often someone is looking away or blinking, only some people are smiling or everyone won’t fit in the frame. Here we reveal our best posing tips for group photos so you can start to improve your techniques and to get a shot that everyone will love.

    7) 19 stellar posing tips and camera tricks for flattering pictures of older people

    19 stellar posing tips and camera tricks for flattering pictures of older people

    Many people believe taking pictures of older people is a difficult task; however, taking a flattering portrait of a mature subject just requires a few simple techniques to ensure you show them at their best. Here we reveal our top posing tips for how to take beautiful images of mature subjects and the tricks of the trades to ensure both the subject and photographer are happy with the results.

    8) 17 romantic couple poses that will make you say, ‘I do’

    17 romantic couple poses that will make you say, 'I do'

    The best couple poses capture the essence, interaction and emotions between two people in love. It is a great feeling to see sparks fly and even better to catch this chemistry on camera. To make sure you bring out the best when posing couples, wedding and portrait photographer Kelly Weech reveals her top posing tips to make your subjects shine in front of the camera.

    9) 3 stupidly simple lighting techniques that will transform your family portraits

    3 stupidly simple lighting techniques that will transform your family portraits

    Portrait lighting is an area that even the most confident photographers struggle with, but using it to get professional-looking family portraits is much simpler than it may first appear. Like most areas of photography, it’s simply a case of taking it one step at a time.

    In this tutorial we will break the different areas of portrait lighting down and examine how each light affects the final result, as well as where to position them in your home photo studio.

    10) Free portrait photography cropping guide

    Free portrait photography cropping guide
    Portrait photography is challenging for a whole host of reasons. Getting your portrait right in-camera is only half the battle. Knowing how to edit your portraits can be quite difficult when it comes to cropping a photo. Cropping in an awkward position on your subject can end up ruining a perfectly good shot. Our free portrait photography cropping guide helps you hone your photo editing skills and learn where best to crop your pictures of people.

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