Take Photos From Above The Eyes For Great Portraits

Take Photos From Above The Eyes For Great Portraits

When you are snapping a portrait picture, hold your camera above the eye-line of your subject, advises professional photographer Joe Sinnott. About 20 or 30 degrees higher than the eyes is a good spot.

Sinnott shares some other great portrait photo tips in his short tutorial above, such as asking the subject to lean in towards you so they look more engaged. Finally, shoot over the shoulder than straight on — it makes them look a little leaner.

We also have a few more tips on how to great portrait photographs.

Portrait Photography Tips [Howcast]

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