Portrait

6 Tips for Posing Hands in Wedding and Portrait Photography
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One of the most challenging and misunderstood elements in posing hands and how to use them correctly. Hands are so important in an image because they can say so much. They can convey masculinity, femininity, strength, softness and between couples, they can show love and affection. So the big question is what can we do with […]

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How to Adapt to any Situation for Portrait Photography
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We all make plans and we all have expectations. Then when portrait photography, we want these plans to work well. We’ve got customers to please, memories to create and stories to tell. Plus clients have expectations. They want their pictures to look a certain way. They’ve hired you to recreate that vision. As a professional, […]

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8 Tips for Mastering Your Portrait Photography
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Becoming a master of portrait photography takes lots of patience and practice. It’s likely there are a few mistakes you are making with your portraits that hold them back from excellence. In this article, I will walk through eight tips to instantly boost your portrait photography game and take it to the next level. #1 […]

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How to Plan a Successful Sunset Portrait Session
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In this article you will get some solid tips for planning and executing a sunset portrait session. Learn how to take the images that you and your subjects will love. Plan ahead for a successful sunset portrait Many photographers feel overwhelmed when they start photographing portraits, professionally or for fun. Where should I shoot? How […]

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5 Reasons to Use Lightroom for Portrait Retouching
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There are some photographers who use Photoshop or plugins such as Portrait Pro to do portrait retouching. There is nothing wrong with this and these programs can do an excellent job, especially if you retouch portraits at a high level. But you may be surprised at just what an excellent job Lightroom also does at […]

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Basic Portrait Post-Processing Workflow Tips to Help You Save Time and Stay Organized
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This article will walk you through some tips for how to set up a basic portrait post-processing workflow that can help you save time and stay organized. The problem When you’re new to photography, everything is exciting. Every time you come home with a full memory card, it’s a mad rush to the computer to […]

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How to Make a Low Key Portrait Step by Step
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What does low key mean? In a world where the crisp, clean, high key shot dominates, it’s great to see a return to the low key portrait. In comparison to the high key image, where most of the tones are above (lighter than) 50% grey, the low key portrait has tones that are mostly under […]

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18 of the Most Popular Portrait Articles on dPS in 2016
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Earlier this week we shared some other popular articles from 2016. Check those out here: Top Gear Related Articles of 2016 15 of the Most Popular Landscape Photography Articles of 2016 To continue on with the best of, let’s take a look at portrait articles. Here are some of the most-read to help you with your […]

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How to Create a Dark and Moody Rembrandt-Style Portrait In Lightroom
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Dutch artist Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn is known for his dark and moody portraits, characterized by a single lighting source falling across a subject placed in front of a dark background. It’s an interesting, evocative style that is easy enough to replicate in modern photography. There are two steps to creating a Rembrandt-style portrait. The […]

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