Portrait Photography 1: Light

One of the most common types of photographs is a portrait of a person or perhaps an animal or even an inanimate object. Of course, the success of your photo depends on a lot of things, but as always, good light is the most important thing to consider.

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We won’t be worrying about reflectors and polarizers for now, but if you’d like to play around already, just ask!

How to get great light

Three places to find great natural light

The Importance of backgrounds



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