3 ways to improve your portrait photography

Portrait example from Henry's
Portrait taken using the Sony Alpha 1 (Image credit: Henry's)

Whether you're a keen amateur or a paid professional, portraiture is an incredibly creative, fun and versatile genre of photography.

There are three key things that you should consider when thinking about portrait photography – the camera gear you're using, and the lighting and posing techniques. We've teamed up with the photo experts at Henry's to share their tips for better portraits.

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