Portrait Photography Tips Part – 1

1. Photograph the subject with its native environment. Some people just don’t belong to a studio. And when they feel awkward and it really shows in camera. So instead of driving Grandpa into a Photo Studio, let him go to work in his workshop & photograph him doing what he loves. Instead of tears and tantrums when you try to dress up your child all pretty for studio punishment, let him play with the toys and snap pictures of every moment.

Equipments We Use

Being a professional photographer we have to invest in many expensive gears and also need to upgrade ourselves with various cameras, accessories and lenses, which are costlier than cameras.