Beginner in portrait picture, all comments are welcome

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  1. nui0709

    nui0709 TPF Noob!

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    I'm just bought my first camera Fuji Finepix s6500fd for a month ago
    and this is my first time in taking the portrait picture at my mansion,

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    Taking a good portrait picture is very difficult for me,

    All the comments are welcome :wink: ,

    Thanks.
     
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    Your pictures dont show up for me...
     
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    sorry for that :hail: :hail:
     
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    One is nice I think the text is in the wrong place. In my opinion on a portrait you want it about the person... If you use text as in a magazine adv it would usually not cover the product shot. Same here I think.

    With the other two it is a lighting issue. I have no idea If you can use off camera flash or not with that one, but if not try to get a desk lamp or two or a couple of trouble lights with reflectors to enhance your lighting looks. Then just play with them. It won't take you long to get the basics.

    Its an excellent start as she looks fairly comfortable. As to posing I would take a look at some magzines that feature shots of the kind you want. Also classic painters are a good place to look as well.

    Stay with it you are doing just fine. By the by, I spent some time in your country in the sixties. There are some beautiful places to make pictures there. Also some gorgeous women. I envy you the chances you have to shoot.
     
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    Thank you for your comment ...
    it's useful information for me to improve my ability in photographing
     

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