2 Ways to Take More Creative Portraits

In this behind the scenes photography tutorial are hanging out in the Capitol Hill neighborhood in Seattle, Washington! I share three main tips + tricks for improving your portrait photography and bring you in a variety of lighting situations, from backlighting to shade. I highlight important framing + composition techniques and what to look for in a location with leading lines that will change the game for your photography business. Learn a fun lens technique using a common household object and how to achieve a haze, 1970’s effect that is so trendy on Instagram right now.

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