Group Photography: 12 ways to make your portraits shine

Group Photography: 12 ways to make your portraits shine

Group photography tips: 04 Handheld settings

Group photography tips: 04 Handheld settings

For less formal shots, you’ll want to use the camera handheld, so change the settings to avoid camera shake.

Use your Auto ISO feature to set the maximum ISO you’re prepared to go to and the minimum shutter speed you want to use. 1/125 sec should be okay here.

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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