Portrait Photography – Part I (Video Tutorial)

The next 3 tutorials in photo.net’s Video Tutorial Series focus on the basics of Portrait Photography. This week’s video discusses the ideal equipment, composition considerations, and location settings for portraits.

Be sure to come back next week for Part II, covering timing, posing, and cropping, and the week after for a 3rd tutorial on editing and fixing your portraits in Lightroom.

You might have missed these previous videos:
Basic Photography Tutorials:
1. Intro to Manual Photography

Lightroom Video Tutorials:
2. Digital Photography Developing
3. Introduction to Lightroom Tabs: Library
4. Introduction to Lightroom: Importing Images
5. Introduction to Lightroom Tabs: Develop
6. Introduction to Lightroom: Exporting Images
7. Basic Image Development in Lightroom: General Edits
8. Basic Image Development in Lightroom: Color Editing
9. Basic Image Development in Lightroom: Special Tools
10. Creating a Lightroom Slideshow
11. Basic Printing with Lightroom
12. Advanced Printing with Lightroom

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    • Nice and simple for the beginner. You should clarify the section on Prime lenses. Any fixed focal length lens is a prime. While you talk about shooting with 50 or 35mm lenses depending on the sensor crop factor, I think you should have elaborated a little more on this and specifically instruct not to use wide angke prime lenses.

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