Shoot: Uneven Features
Let's pop over to this and we already said, and can you lower it just a teeny bit, just a little. All right, so here is straight on towards camera Okay, great, straight on towards camera. And notice his nose looks uneven. Turn to the side just a little bit. Great, make your eyes look back at me, stick your chin out and down, a little, little less, like chin up a little bit, you're good. Great. Okay. Now you would have no idea. Can you bring it off to the side just a little bit, and lower it just a tiny bit for him. And I'm gonna do one more. The other thing that helps is just tilt your head towards me, a little less, like right there, good, okay. Okay, now give me a smile. That's cute, great. Okay. All right, so the tilt the head to or away, you know, I just had him do the teeniest, and so it's not everything all lined up, looks good. So that one's pretty easy and straight forward. We're gonna move on from that. Thank you.
Photographers are tasked with flattering every subject that steps in front of their lens. Typically, those subjects are everyday people, not professional models. This can mean working with some challenging features along with varying degrees of confidence. Canon Explorer of Light and well-known fashion photographer Lindsay Adler walks through understanding the face and body as well as the photographic tools available to you make your clients best side shine. These features could range from a pronounced nose, large forehead, glasses, asymmetrical features, or defined wrinkles. In this course Lindsay will walk you through:
This course will cover many challenging features and show you how posing, camera angles, lens choice and lighting can work together to help you have confidence in every shoot.
- How to analyze a face and draw attention to the strengths within it
- Posing and lighting techniques for challenging facial features
- Posing and lighting techniques for the skin and body
- Retouching tips for skin, glasses or discolored teeth