How to create a great portrait
This beautiful photo of my daughter was taken in afternoon/evening light. The sun was getting pretty low in the sky and directly behind her. I had an 85 mm lens on the camera. My aperature was set at 1.8 which makes that wonderful blur in the background shutter 1/640th of a second ISO 100
I was about 6 feet away from the subject, and just off to my right about 3 feet away from her was a gold bounce gently pushing light back on her. Very simple but effective
Posted on July 20, 2010, in iPhone photography and tagged behind the curtain, educational, How to, How to photography, lighting, lighting tips, model photography, Nature photo, photo tips, portrait photography. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.