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  • Brain Tricks - This Is How Your Brain Works
    By: Bradley
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    You may not realize it but your brain processes the information in two very distinct ways. Like when you look at the photo in the video you instinctively know that she has blond hair, is visibly angry and likely has some choice words to you. Without any afford you experienced fast thinking. But if you look at the problem in the video, something different happens. For sure you immediately know it's a multiplication problem and you know you could solve it if you had energy, but you didn't. If you do try your...
  • How to Shoot Family Portraits Outdoors
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    Have everybody dress nice. Lose the tee-shirts with the writing and the logos on them. Tee-shirts that have a lot of writing on them, people are going to read the writing instead of looking at the family.
  • How to Use Dramatic Lighting Techniques
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    The first one you'll look at right here is called loop lighting and it's known for the sort of loop shaped shadow that it creates underneath the nose. It's a relatively flattering kind of light for most people because it lights most of the face.
  • How to Use a Photography Umbrella
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    As you can see, I'm using this strong tungsten light over here. Inexpensive. Very, very easy to get. It makes a very, very harsh light, and the deep shadows that it forms on your subject's face are not particularly attractive.
  • How to Set Up Studio Lighting at Home - Portrait Photography
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    Don't try to shoot against the wall. If you've got brick or something that could be remotely attractive, that could make a nice background. But if all you've got is a white wall, no white wall is ever clean and smooth enough to make a good background.... .
  • How to Light a Portrait
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    When you shine the light directly, flash is really, really focused. Focused light tends to be not flattering. It makes very harsh shadows. Every piece and bit of your face that can possibly make a shadow is going to make a really long one when you use the flash straight on at your subject... .
  • How to Use Window Lighting - Portrait Photography
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    A window is probably the best and easiest light source you can use in your home. Don't use the window when the sun is shining right into it. Make sure the sun is shining somewhere else. But even so, there's an awful lot of light coming in that window and it makes for a nice, soft, diffused, attractive light when the sun's not shining straight in. ...
  • How to Take an Environmental Portrait
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    You can actually make a good environmental portrait almost anywhere. Don't make the mistake of looking for an interesting background. An interesting background doesn't help you, your subject is what's interesting. Let the background be really soft and out of focus and indistinct. Try and choose things in your background or position them in such a way that you're not actually going to have anything growing right out of your subject's head but other than that, almost any kind of decoration or bookshelf or books or something like that in your background will work fine so long as it's outside of your depth of field and out of focus... .
  • How to Make People Look Good in Photos
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    Have them show up groomed. Have them show up wearing nice clothes. People look better when they're dressed up a little bit. They don't have to wear an evening gown and a tuxedo but it's better if they're not wearing torn jeans or tee-shirts with a lot of writing or logos on them.
  • Simple Tips to Make Pictures Better
    By: ARVC
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    If you're photographing outside, put your subject in the shade or photograph them on an overcast day. Even the shade created by the side of a house or something is better than direct sunlight. Direct sunlight makes people squint. It creates big shadows on their face... .
  • How to Light Outdoor Portraits
    By: ARVC
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    Keep your background out of focus so that its indistinct and use a reflector. When you bring in a reflector, it just adds a little bit of light. Just enough to make them stand out from the background and smooth out their skin tones a bit....
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