When you’re photographing people of a certain age, this can sometimes be challenging. Not every person wants a “character” shot, lines and all. And certain types of lighting can be very unflattering. Plus not everyone looks like a supermodel! So how do you take really flattering shots of older people? Apart from the technical aspects, people over a certain age sometimes also have insecurities about their looks or particular parts of their body. In this episode, Gina and Valerie discuss what you need to do to take kickass shots of older models.
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Midlife Crisis: How to take really flattering portraits of older models 1. Light
Soft diffused light Nature’s soft box-11am or 2pm Rembrandt big window Beauty light large windows Diffuser Open shade Backlit
Hard flash Hard sun . . .