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Questions relating to portraits: lens choice, lighting, posing, retouching, photographing groups, newborns.

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As just about everyone else has already stated, there is no "conventions and dignity of standard portrait photography". Photography is a mix of technology and art. It is quite different from math … "standard portrait photography". There are many different types and styles of portraiture. As before, what different people find acceptable differs. But assume that you are successful in convincing the …
answered Oct 31 '18 by xiota
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If I were to order an 8*10 print and then scan the print it at home, would the scanned photo likely have much lower quality then if I purchased the digital prints? Most likely, Yes (the scan woul …
answered Feb 23 by xiota
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As far as I'm aware, most square/rectangular filters go in front of the lens in a holder. Some lenses are designed to take filters behind the rear element, but the ones I've seen are round. Thick glas …
answered Feb 3 by xiota
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The scenario you describe is not possible. Nothing is required to make them the same size because the pupils of neurologically intact individuals respond to light together, regardless of whether the l …
answered Jan 24 by xiota
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Where did you get this "rule"? Which eye should be in focus depends on where you want the viewer to look. Tetsujin describes factors you may consider while deciding. If you aren't sure, take pictures …
answered Oct 2 '18 by xiota
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CLUTs (Color Look-Up Tables) The sample images appear to have been created to specifically emulate a cinematic look. I suspect that a CLUT was applied to a color-corrected original. This is a techniq …
answered Jul 2 '18 by xiota
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While taking head shots, is it possible to make a not so good looking person look more appealing in pictures? "Appealing" in what way? What is the purpose of the headshots? – Appeal depends on p …
answered May 14 by xiota
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Selfie sticks were designed to solve this specific problem. Most are well within your budget. They require less space than tripods.
answered Jan 2 by xiota
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DSLRs are primarily still photography cameras with video tacked on as an afterthought. If your primary intention is to make videos, DSLRs are not ideal. As for lens choice, there are multiple models …
answered Jan 21 by xiota
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The characteristic likely to cause problems is the focal length. Consider using an inexpensive Nifty Fifty (50/1.8) to determine whether the focal length will work for you. A "normal" lens, 28-35mm on …
answered Feb 28 by xiota