Watch this video to learn the do’s and don’ts of portrait photography. Also learn how to break the rules. When can you chop off the top of someone’s head or …
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improve himself an excellent resource there. Be sure to review your
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‘Crop off’ makes more sense than “chop off”.
very useful, thank you!
Those are great tips. Thank you.
Yep should be careful how you chop up your models.
Where can I find Episode 76 to 201? They’re not in this playlist..
Great info Mark as always!!!
All your videos are really good
thank you for all the tips and advice … its priceless :)
Great advices!! Thanks!
Great advice. I too like to share what some of the images looks like as we
go, always brings out a smile in their face to know the photos are coming
out as good or better than they expect.
Great video thank you. 10/10 Effort&skill, but only 6/10 for continuity :o)
model hair down, then up and finally down again..or maybe I was looking at
the model more than paying attention to what Mark was saying :oP
how we take gr8 potrait during the wedding [lz plz plz plz tell setting
which i use,…..mail me please…
Fantastic tutorial ! Thanks!
thanks for the vid..
Mark, would you please give some basic tips posing.For instance which way
should body or the face turn, Or; how to do with the legs and arms etc.?
Thanks very much, another great video Mark!!
Amazing tips. thank you so much
still amazing how little views there are.. spread the word people. these
lessons are amazing.
What about lenses and distance to be preferred while shooting portraits?
Great video thank you!
Great dance moves at the end there Mark LOL.
how should i ask the model to pose?
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