Friday, 13 July 2012

Top Tip for Portraits | Quick Tips

 by
Matt Bennett

Get the very best portrait results with this top focusing tip!

Portrait
Portrait
When shooting a portrait, it’s best to focus as close to the subject’s eyes as possible. If this means focusing and recomposing your shot, definitely do so.
This is particularly vital when using a shallow depth of field, resulting from a wide aperture like f2.8 or f1.4.
A tack sharp mouth, nose or ear, but slightly soft eyes, will always spoil a portrait.
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