How To Take Better Photos by Making Your Portraits Feel CINEMATIC | Framing + Composition

How To Take Better Photos by Making Your Portraits Feel CINEMATIC | Framing + Composition

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The images I share in the screen in the video are DIGITAL! In the video I am using my film camera and we were filming with my digital camera. Click here to view the full set of images, both film and digital:

Framing + composition are KEY when it comes to portrait photography, and the more intentional you can be in your images the better! To me, having cinematic images means having photographs that tell some kind of story + draw in the viewer. It also means to me having images that look like they could be stills from a movie. I think it is so much fun to play around and experiment with!

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Lens I use for all my shoots + videos:
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My zoom lens (great for weddings):
My old camera (all videos before 2017):
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Camera organization insert:
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