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The topic of this lesson is location, posing, and execution in wedding photography.
What are some tips for creating your own poses that always look good?
The instructor suggests avoiding having the noses of the subjects facing each other as it can look creepy, and instead, having the subjects turn their faces to one side, which not only makes the pose more flattering but also makes it more believable.
What should be avoided in the background of photos?
The instructor advises against introducing any elements in the background that are not part of the desired composition, such as distracting patterns or repetitions.
How can the positioning of hands change the feel of a photo?
The instructor recommends avoiding having all the hands in one big mess and instead using the mirroring effect, where one hand is slightly higher than the other, to create a more visually appealing pose.
What is subject emphasis?
Subject emphasis is a technique used to draw attention to the main subjects of a photo. It involves focusing light on the subject's face and making it the brightest part of the image, as well as ensuring that the subject stands out from the background.
How can shooting from the apex of a shadow improve the lighting in outdoor photography?
By standing in the direction of the shadow, the photographer can ensure that the light falls smoothly on the subject's face and creates a more flattering and even lighting effect.