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When shooting a group photo when you want to use somewhat shallow depth of field, make sure to focus on the person closest to the camera. If you point the flash at the ceiling o...
r a side wall and bounce the flash onto the model, you’ll get significantly softer and more flattering light. If you're shooting outdoors, be careful not to take photos of a person when the sun is at their back. The most fundamental element any photographer should understand is aperture. If you can't afford studio lights, even out harsh contrasts when shooting with natural light by positioning a large sheet of paper or card to reflect the incoming light onto the unlit side of your subject.
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