How do you feel when you are looking at your photos? Do you love how they turned out, or is there something about them that has been bothering you? Of course, it’s okay not to like every photo, but it doesn’t have to stop there. This blog post will teach you how to boost your confidence as a photographer and learn what makes the perfect shot for yourself.
If you’re a woman and you have an Instagram account, there’s a good chance that your feed is full of selfies. And if it isn’t? You might need to rethink some things. It only makes sense that the selfie-loving culture has led to this new trend: hair flip photos.
It seems like every time I’m scrolling through my Instagram feed, I see a new selfie from a friend or influencer. It’s always hard to tell what they’re wearing because the pictures are so small and zoomed in, but it doesn’t take long to realize that they’re all wearing something different – and probably expensive. In today’s post, we’ll be going over some of my favorite tips for picking out an outfit for a photoshoot that is both stylish and on budget.
There are four types of lighting to consider when photographing people. Hard light, soft light, and natural light all have varying levels of intensity. Studio lights produce a controlled level of hard light useful for specific purposes like portrait photography or product photography. Natural light can be altered in different ways using reflectors, which will soften the quality to imitate soft studio lighting.