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54 Portrait Ideas: free posing guide

How to pose a portrait: 54 creative ideas

The LAST thing I need is more picture posing Ideas~ 50 Portrait Ideas Posing Guide.

Rembrandt lighting (side of face lit, triangle on opposite cheek, and highlights in both eyes)

Rembrandt lighting (side of face lit, triangle on opposite cheek, and highlights in both eyes) studio lighting

Joel Grimes. I’m a minimalist and like using one light whenever I can. The problem with using one light is a lot of times you are left with areas of shadows. Now, if that’s the look you’re going for, have at it, but if you need a clean well-lit beauty portrait, using one light can seem challenging at first. But with the help of a reflector and changing the position of your main light, you can create a few different looks quickly and easily.

Changing The Look Of a Portrait With One Light In Different Positions

In this Westcott sponsored video, Joel Grimes shows us how to use one light and a reflector to create a simple, yet beautiful portrait.

Colourful studio portraits ~ Techniques and Pictures

I use a grey wall because it will go pure black when unlit with just 3 stops less light than my subject.

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