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Part: I Introducing Photoshop Album and ... > Shooting Great-Looking Portraits

Chapter 4. Shooting Great-Looking Portraits

IN THIS CHAPTER:

24 Shoot an Indoor Portrait with Available Light

25 Shoot an Indoor Portrait with On-Camera Flash

26 About Formal Portrait Photography

27 Shoot a Formal Indoor Portrait

28 Shoot an Outdoor Portrait

29 Shoot a Backlit Portrait

30 Capture an Infant's Portrait

31 Capture a Toddler's Portrait

32 Capture an Older Child's Portrait

33 Capture a Pet's Portrait

34 Shoot a Nighttime Portrait

35 Capture an On-Stage Performance

36 Shoot a Black and White Portrait

37 Photograph an Event

When you think of portrait photography, you may picture a professionally lit studio with glamorous backdrops and expensive equipment. Granted, having a studio is certainly a plus when it comes to creating the perfect portrait, but as you'll learn in this chapter, you can create some terrific portraits with just a digital camera and an external flash or two. The main thing you must remember when taking any portrait is that it's the eyes that tell the story. Thus, always, always, always make sure that the eyes are in focus, wide open, and squint free.


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