Environmental Portraits Photography Workshop (part 2) — 12 Comments

  1. Oh, love them all…it is great to see the character in their faces…and I agree that having them do something, or look to the side, helps create a more relaxed shot.

    Thanks for sharing…and for visiting my blog.

  2. GREAT tips — thank you so much for sharing!

    I always try to shoot with a wide aperture, as I love the blurry background effect. And while I am impressed with all the pictures, I think I am drawn to the one where he is taking off his hat. I will definitely try to remember this tip as I am shooting family portraits this holiday.

  3. I do like the smile from the middle but I especially like the blurred background on the side facing shot…even if it does make me dizzy if I try to focus on that!
    These are great techniques. Not sure how I would do the first one but the other two I could do with my digital camera.
    Thanks for sharing in your education!

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