Ever wish you could take better photos, even if just with your phone?  The truth is that good photography is more about the photographer than the camera, and ANYONE can take better photos!  Don't miss these 5 simple tips for taking better photos with any camera!

5 Tips for Taking Better Photos With Any Camera

Ever wish you could take better photos, even if just with your phone? The truth is that good photography is more about the photographer than the camera, and ANYONE can take better photos! Don't miss these 5 simple tips for taking better photos with any camera!

A monolight fitted with a 24" recessed softbox was placed above and slightly to the left of the camera as the main light.  A small rectangular silver reflector was placed in front of the subject, just below the  chin level, to kick light up into the eyes.    A small strip light set in the vertical orientation was placed behind and to the left of the subject  to help emphasize the cheekbone and to reveal texture in the cap.

A monolight fitted with a 24" recessed softbox was placed above and slightly to the left of the camera as the main light. A small rectangular silver reflector was placed in front of the subject, just below the chin level, to kick light up into the eyes. A small strip light set in the vertical orientation was placed behind and to the left of the subject to help emphasize the cheekbone and to reveal texture in the cap.

The  lighting apparatus used for this portrait is shown in the in the lighting diagram below.  The main light was a monolight fitted with a recessed 24" square softbox.  The softbox was feathered somewhat forward of the subject and pointed slightly downward to illuminate a silver reflector placed immediately below it.  The silver reflector kicked light into the subject's face to add glow to the skin and sparkle to the eyes.

The lighting apparatus used for this portrait is shown in the in the lighting diagram below. The main light was a monolight fitted with a recessed 24" square softbox. The softbox was feathered somewhat forward of the subject and pointed slightly downward to illuminate a silver reflector placed immediately below it. The silver reflector kicked light into the subject's face to add glow to the skin and sparkle to the eyes.

Portrait Photography Lighting Tips - Testimonial portrait photography lighting project

Portrait Photography Lighting Tips - Testimonial portrait photography lighting project

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