Everyone in this world has natural beauty, because we are made in the image of God. Finding the right light helps to draw out that natural beauty. Today I made use of natural light (the sunshine coming in our studio window) to photograph Connie. Here's an example of a bad portrait versus a good one. I knew I wanted to use the light from the window, but not directly shining on her face. After shooting the first image I moved her a little to get the best placement for the light on her face as well as a flattering position. I had to stand in the right place to get the view I wanted. The right angle can make a person look healthier, younger and more attractive. The light pattern on a person's face can make a better picture. We use photography skills like lighting patterns, angle, position of subject, exposure and depth of field to make you look your best.
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