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  1. It'll be absolutely perfect for single person portraits on a camera with a cropped sensor - I often shoot portraits with...

    2 Answers · Arts & Humanities · 31/07/2013

  2. Wear black, white or fall colours, gold red maroon brown beige, etc Wear colours all in the same family (brightness) but don't worry too much.

    3 Answers · Family & Relationships · 10/10/2011

  3. Being "Very new" to photography, I would recommend the following settings in the order listed, 1. Natural Light and Flash mode It takes 2 images, one working the natural light and then one with...

    3 Answers · Arts & Humanities · 03/08/2010

  4. ... of all, as another answerer has recommended, look at a lot of outdoor family portraits . Google can help you find a wide array of images that can help you...

    4 Answers · Arts & Humanities · 25/06/2010

  5. the eastern shore. kent county in particular. You can take pictures along the bay, or a wooded area. annapolis, or at the beach in ocean city are other great options. incredibly serene and picture-perfect.

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  6. Use the 28-55mm lens. Use a shaded area, and if possible, bounce some light back into the group. The f-stop should be around f/4-5.6 in order to get everyone in the different levels in focus. Focus on the person in the center's eyes. Put your camera on...

    1 Answers · Arts & Humanities · 13/10/2011

  7. watch for the metering... use reflectors and fill-in flash if you can... to stop unnecessary noise in the shots... go with some set shots and some candids... near/on a play ground...

    1 Answers · Arts & Humanities · 02/08/2010

  8. ...about it too much. You learn best by doing. If you enjoy portrait work, it would be a good idea to look into getting a 50mm f/1.8 lens. ...

    9 Answers · Arts & Humanities · 04/12/2010

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