List of the best tricks for portraits
As my photography blog has grown, it becomes more difficult to find specific articles, so I have set out to create a list of the best tricks for portraits . So this article today is a compilation of the most popular portrait articles. I’ve been reviewing the statistics to select the best tricks.
I have added an extract of each blog article along with the title and the link, with the idea of making browsing through these articles easier. The selection is based on the interactions, visits and other statistics that I have reviewed to publish this article.
Below is a list of the best tricks for portraits published in this photography blog :
Female portrait in black and white: I recognize that I am a photographer addicted to black and white, that is why in my portfolio you can see several series made entirely in black and white. With this female portrait in black and white I want to try to explain to you in broad strokes my attraction with black and white photography and an apex of the same in front of the portraits, although it will be difficult.
The portrait and types of plane: In the previous article we talked about the planes in photography according to the position of the camera. Today we will talk about the portrait in photography and the types of plans. To support my texts with examples of blueprints in portraits I will share with you a couple of beauty photos that you can see in my portfolio that you want. The detail plan frames a small part of the subject of our photo, in this case portrait.
Make portraits with natural and artificial light On many occasions we will find the need to make portraits with natural and artificial light. An example, a session of outdoor portraits where we will combine a flash with natural light. It is possible that our photographic equipment is limited and we do not have different flashes, nor of synchronizers to trigger the flash in remote mode, (outside the hot shoe of the camera).
Low Key or low key in portraits: What is a low key? This is the topic that I will try to address today, which is a lowkey, how to get it and what is the exact definition. As an example I will publish a portrait made with this technique later processed in black and white. It should be said that I am not an expert in lighting and in a certain way I am learning this and other techniques. Anyway, I am of the opinion that in photography one is always learning.
Portraits with non-professional models On many occasions the opportunity to make portraits is presented, in some cases it is about portraying a friend, a loved one or even a stolen one. When we have to make a book it is about getting good portraits with non-professional models and this is a complication added to the control of light and many other issues that we have in mind when making our photos.
High Key or high key in photography What is a High Key? What is the deficit of high key and how to get a photo with this photographic technique. Those are going to be the topics of this article that I publish today in my photography blog. First of all comment that the translation of the photographic technique from High Key to Spanish is key high. The technique of High Key or high key in photography is a technique in which the predominant tones are white, by extension also all those close to this color. Currently soft fluorescent lights are usually used …
High Key with window light In a previous article he explained in broad strokes that it is a high key in photography and how to get it. In this entry mentioned I took into account the use of portable type cobra flashes for the realization of that High Key. My purpose today is to make a high Key with natural lighting without any photo retouching. Before writing again that it is a High Key and how to get it, I want to point out that my pretense is that this portrait in High Key can be achieved through photography. The example photo that illustrates this article has been achieved in this way. Without applying any post-processing technique to the portrait in high key that I share in this article. The reason why I think this I think is understandable. I find it annoying that some photography blogs pretend to sell that a high key has to be obtained with exaggerated retouching in post-processing.