Portrait Photography: 8 Photography Tips For Taking Portrait Photos With Different Photographic Techniques Using Simple Photography Composition Rules - Simon Rivera

Portrait Photography: 8 Photography Tips For Taking Portrait Photos With Different Photographic Techniques Using Simple Photography Composition Rules

By Simon Rivera

  • Release Date: 2017-06-17
  • Genre: Photography
  • Size: 138.31 KB

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Photography is becoming far more pervasive than anyone could have imagined.  When cell phones list as a major feature the abilities of the camera as a stand-alone product, we can tell that photography is at the forefront of everyone’s mind and serves our vanity.  Which really isn’t a bad thing at all.  Portrait Photography is going to peer into the creative mind using simple techniques as a foundation for development.    

Photography isn’t as easy as the commercials try to convince us.  It requires creativity and instinct, and an eye toward beauty and symmetry.  This eBook will give you some of the base skills to draw out your inner photography and particularly in portrait photography.  

In portrait photography, the objective is to catch more than merely an image of someone’s face, but rather to capture their essence, to draw out their beauty beyond mere facial attributes.  This eBook, Portrait Photography, is a must-have book that will be an excellent reference point that you’ll want to keep around and perhaps even share with your family and friends.  It is to be considered a guideline for the development of your skills and a resource that transcends technological advances.

Portrait Photography will provide you with not only incredible tips, but you’ll learn the practical application of the rules of photographic composition.  No longer will it just be an abstract theory, but rather practical advice that you can use on a daily basis to bring out the best in your photographs.

Welcome to the next generation of photography.

Here are some of the topics addressed in Portrait Photography:

-Basics:  Photography Composition

-Angles/Perspectives

-Lighting Experiments and Implementation

-Focused Unfocused Shots

-Expressions - facial and otherwise

-Interesting Subjects Make Interesting Photographs
 

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