How to shoot a group portrait indoors

    | Photography Tips | Portraits | 17/03/2013 14:00pm

    What you need for indoor group portraits

    What you need for indoor group portraits

    Invaluable for filling in shadows. A sheet or piece of mounting board can be used.

    Flash with tilt and rotate
    If you need flash, bounce it off walls or ceilings to avoid harsh direct light.

    An assistant!
    Used to hold reflectors and to make your group laugh (get a cheap one!).

    Off shoe cord
    Enables flash to be used off-camera. If your flash doesn’t rotate, get one of these.

    Helps to keep your camera still when shooting at slow shutter speeds in low light.



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    Posted on Sunday, March 17th, 2013 at 2:00 pm under Photography Tips, Portraits.

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