Best 8 portrait photography tips you’ll never want to forget

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1. When to use Exposure Compensation

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While the camera has taken a balanced reading for the scene, it's left the model too dark in the frame

While the camera has taken a balanced reading for the scene, it’s left the model too dark in the frame

Dialling in an exposure compensation of +2.3 stops, it has correctly exposed the face, but some background details are blown out. That's fine, we can't have it both ways…

Dialling in an exposure compensation of +2.3 stops, it has correctly exposed the face, but some background details are blown out. That’s fine, we can’t have it both ways…

While the camera has taken a balanced reading for the scene, it's left the model too dark in the frame

While the camera has taken a balanced reading for the scene, it’s left the model too dark in the frame

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