Saturday, 28 December 2013

Pro Tip for Better Portraits – The Issue of Leaving Too Much HeadRoom

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Portrait Photography Tip

One classic mistake most amateurs make while taking portraits of people is to leave too much room above their subjects head. However this is one mistake that is very easy to fix, only thing is that the photographer should be aware of this while shooting and should constantly remind himself/herself to check it.

How to Fix the Too Much Headroom Problem in Portraits

Remember the rule of thirds in photography, when shooting portraits always try to place your subject’s eyes in line with line in the top one-third of the frame and you will never have portraits with too much space above the subject’s head.

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