Video: How to photograph two men with different heights, skin tones & face shapes!

How to photograph two men with different heights, skin tones & face shapes! Create a film-poster style portrait of two guys with contrasting physical characteristics. My team challenged me to take a portrait of Rob and Matt (our video editor) together, using just one studio light. The point to prove was how to flatter both of my subjects wh… JOIN …

Using Your Subject’s Natural Stance

Using Your Subject’s Natural Stance People need direction in front of the camera – otherwise they often become self-conscious and suddenly forget how they would sit or stand in a relaxed manner normally. So how do I pose them without making them look all… posed? Posing people without posing them Glen got in contact with us because he wanted some… …

Teenager Headshots

  Teenager Headshots Of all the age groups I photograph, teenagers are by far my favourite. They are at their physical peak, and often walk in full of attitude, which translates into compelling portraits, like this one. Laura needed a headshot for her performing arts course, which could also be used for future auditions. The limitations … JOIN NOW! LOGIN

How To Feather Studio Light

How To Feather Studio Light Sometimes a gentle, subtle portrait is the best representation of your subject. Here I used feathered, low key lighting and a narrow tonal range to capture a studio portrait of a young woman, Julia, wearing a hat. Low key lighting and the ‘feathering’ technique Low key lighting refers to the predominance of dark ton… JOIN …