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How To Shoot Minimalist Portrait Photography

Sometimes, all you want to do is go out and take striking photos of people. Some of us don’t want to worry about complicated plans, equipment, and locations. Minimalist portrait photography is the key to this. Here’s how to shoot simple and powerful portraits. What Is Minimalist Portrait PhotographyMinimalist portrait photography is a sub-genre that’s […]

Jeremy Cowart: Celebrity Photographer And Founder Of Help-Portrait

Jeremy Cowart is a powerful name and a trailblazer in the photography industry. But it’s not just his photographs that are creating a craze; it’s his art, his nature, his philanthropic platforms, his talent and his unbelievable like-ability. Besides the fact that his viewfinder has seen the likes of many major celebrities from Nashville to Los Angeles, he balances his passions with other arts, his family, and giving back.

What Is an Editorial Portrait And How To Shoot Editorial Portrait

The main purpose of editorial portraits is to illustrate the story of the person you’re photographing. You don’t necessarily have to make them look good. In this article I want to share with you some editorial photography tips. These tips will help you better understand what editorial portraits are. They will also provide you with practical methods to use when you need to illustrate someone’s story with a single portrait.

The 10 Different Types of Portrait Photography You Should Know

Portrait photography is devoted to capturing people and personality. But portraits often go beyond a photo of a smiling person. There are many different sub-genres or types of portrait photography. Ready to flex your creative muscle and expand the different types of portrait photography in your arsenal? Here are the 10 different types of portrait photography you should know.

Tips To Enhancing Your Portrait Photography

Flattering portraits rarely happen as a default. Some people are photogenic, yes, and look good at every angle. But often, we work hard to get flattering photos that the sitter loves. There is no one-trick as every person’s face, form, and shape are different. We have to tailor our angles to each portrait sitter. However, there are basic fundamental tools we can use that help us achieve flattering portraits.

Portrait Photography of Musicians

Sometimes we are lucky enough as photographers to be asked to photograph someone with one of their most prized possessions: their musical instrument. Most people that want to be photographed with their instrument really and truly love it, and it’s a part of who they are. As a musician myself, I love photographs with gorgeous instruments in them, and I am especially bothered by photos that don’t capture those instruments naturally.

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