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Old 12th of February 2012 (Sun)   #1
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Default Best composition for photos of eyes?

Looking for tips for photos of upper face/eyes. My friend has beautiful eyes, trying to get the most from my photos
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Old 16th of February 2012 (Thu)   #2
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Default Re: Best composition for photos of eyes?

Get on a stool or chair while he/she sits on the floor. Have them mix up the looks a bit and crop in really tight with a small DOF ( F2 if you have it).

Experiment like this and I guarantee you will get something you like.
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