Getting started with portrait photography can be intimidating, as you have to learn with a model waiting in front of you. It doesn't have to be hard though! Learn about shallow depth of field, lens selection, camera settings and lighting so you you can start taking amazing portraits.
Utilising flash is a major step to adding new levels of creativity to your portrait photography. In this article we discuss what flash can offer, different uses, and cover a number of important flash terms and concepts.
Environmental portraiture is an interesting form of portraiture that doesn't get as much use as it should. Professional photographer Hanna Saba outlines what environmental portraiture is and provides a number of tips so that you can achieve great results.
Self portraits can be a lot of fun, but they are also be a great way to test out gear or experiement with portraiture techniques without time pressure. Pro portrait photographer Hanna Saba walks us through his guide on how to take a great self portrait, including focusing, posing, lighting and more.
Commercial and editorial photographer Sharon Blance shares a simple setup she uses to achieve high quality on-location portraits that is both easy-to-use and budget friendly.
Portrait photographer Hanna Saba discusses how to break down the posing of your model into discrete elements so you can build a unique pose from scratch.
Shallow depth of field is a cornerstone of certain styles of photography. How do you achieve it, when would you want to use it, and what gear do you need? And what's this word "bokeh" that you keep hearing?
Portrait lenses require some specialised considerations. We outline what you want to consider when purchasing one, and our recommendations of the best options on the market across major brands!
Portrait and Wedding photographer Hanna Saba discusses the applications of 24mm and 85mm lenses in a portrait context.