Expert Level Portrait Tips Series
Greetings and welcome to Moment’s first ever article series debut. Featuring expert-level tips on creating stunning mobile portraiture (though, these rules can apply to any camera), we’ll dive deep on the ins and outs of what it means to capture a profile worth remembering. Through measures of unique posing, lighting, location ideas, and creative outlets for composition — we’ll dissect every detail it takes to compartmentalize the very component behind what makes excellent mobile photography. Let’s roll.
Use Light As A Tool
In the attempt to compose portrait photographs with an emphasis on the human subject, one thing that is often overlooked is lighting — a mistake that must be corrected, for light and skin are inextricably linked to one another. One of the best aspects of view is how it can dramatically change the same scene. The soft hue of overcast days evokes mystery and sad emotions, whereas golden sunsets or sunrises bring about a playful vibrancy. Though, no matter the weather, light interacts how we set our scene and tell our story.