Hi DT family,
This goes out to you photographers interested in diving into the wonderful world of model photography. As you all may know, shooting with a people as the subject requires a lot more of you as photographer. There need to be more communication and interacting than what's needed while shooting, let's say, landscapes, Tabletop or macro. For this, you need to go one step further, and think about a lot of other important stuff besides using that new, cool camera of yours.
I wanted them to share with the rest of us, some techniques they often use while doing model photography. So, pour up something nice to drink, make sure you're comfortable and enjoy this article.
As a novice photographer I've learned a lot from my own mistakes. Since I am increasing my portfolio day by day I need to learn more and more from you guys. Here are some questioner I’ve in mind.
(1)What are the most important things to have in mind while preparing and performing a photo shot with a model ? Do you prepare before shooting or on the location?
(2)Pick a few from your own gallery and tell me why you did what you did, what equipment you used, and so on.
(3)As a less experienced photographer, it can be hard to find someone who'd like to act as a model for your photographs. What is the easiest way to find new models?
(4)What are the Do’s & Don’ts in model photography ?
- Prashant ZI
Photo credits: , Ziprashantzi.
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