|12th of April 2007 (Thu)||#1|
Join Date: Feb 2007
Mother & Daughter shoot advice
I've just been booked for a mother and daughter shoot in a couple of weeks time. I've never done a shoot involving more than one person before. The daughter is 23, so not a child, and it's her that's arranged it for her mum's birthday.
Is there anything I should know about shooting 2 people? As a rule, when shooting one person, I focus on the nearest eye. How does that apply when there are two people in the shot?
Are there any poses that work well?
I'll be shooting in a studio. I think they're going to want a high key look, but I imagine I'll have a certain element of freedom.
|12th of April 2007 (Thu)||#2|
Join Date: Feb 2004
Location: S. E. Michigan
Re: Mother & Daughter shoot advice
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Last edited by PhotosGuy : 12th of April 2007 (Thu) at 19:34.
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