Group Photography: 12 ways to make your portraits shine

Group Photography: 12 ways to make your portraits shine

Group photography tips: 01 Tripod and remote

Group photography tips: 01 Tripod and remote

For formal line-ups, you’re better off putting your camera on a tripod and using a remote release. This isn’t just to cut the risk of camera shake, it keeps the composition constant as you take a series of shots and leaves your hands free to direct your subjects and move props around.

PAGE 1: What makes good group photography?
PAGE 2: Group photography tips: 01 Tripod and remote
PAGE 3: Group photography tips: 02 Best camera settings
PAGE 4: Group photography tips: 03 The classic line-up
PAGE 5: Group photography tips: 04 Handheld settings
PAGE 6: Group photography tips: 05 Change your viewpoint
PAGE 7: Group photography tips: 06 Wide-angle perspectives
PAGE 8: Group photography tips: 07 Go with flash
PAGE 9: Group photography tips: 08 Act the fool!
PAGE 10: Group photography tips: Natural frames
PAGE 11: Group photography tips: Lively line-ups
PAGE 12: Group photography tips: Make a moody sky
PAGE 13: Group photography tips: Add some attitude

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