@forestandfieldphotography Lindsay said: I always use my 85 for my window shots so I can get some compression (cuts down on the extra noise a bit from the reflection). I set my camera on a tripod outside and used my
@gelianderephotography Geli said: This was taken with the light coming in a front window; I have at black backdrop behind us. In Lightroom I used radial filters to darken the blacks and lifted some of the shadows in us :).
@fade.photographs Falyn said: Well, let me tell you I took a good 2 hours for this shoot. 😂 I had to set a timer to focus on my daughter while I set it, and then took multiple frames after the first
@fotograf.annkristin Ann Kristin said: I think it’s important to invite interactions between the ones you are photographing, and always be ready to capture the «breaks» where they think you have stopped shooting for a minute. This is where the true
@lminor17 Lori said: I used a tripod for the photos to make sure each photo was as similar as the next (box wise). So that I didn’t have to deal with manipulating the image to get the boxes to line
@keamenabar Katie said: I took this shot when it was overcast that way I wouldn’t be competing with any bright sunlight reflecting off of the door. My other tip is to have the subject in bold colors. It helps pop