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TWO LOCATIONS WHERE IT IS NECESSARY TO CARRY OUT THE SHOOTING

Shooting in these two places will make you learn about all kinds of light, be creative in posing and help you create images that are full of content and all the elements of art.

When a portrait photographer starts his career with his first camera, he has something to learn. Since there are endless ways to explore photography, it’s hard to find some really worthwhile starting point. This is the reason why most beginners for some time shoot in simple locations on the street.

Although any practice is good in its own way, an easy-to-work place lit by the sun does not teach much and can develop the fear of a more complex situation in the future. What should be done? Challenge yourself from the very beginning if you want to expand your skills in working with the camera, and quite quickly and with real quality.

It is important to choose the places that can be at the beginning “complex in the world”, but interesting as a location for shooting. Do not just go out. It’s clear why everyone starts practicing outside: shooting indoors can be frightening and confusing until you know what to do in such conditions with your camera. Daylight may be the easiest to shoot with good clean lighting, but it doesn’t make you aware of any form of creative control, it will not encourage you to experiment with extensive camera settings and will not push you to understand when and how to use them.

It may sound silly, but still. Game rooms are full of beautiful lighting devices, expressive colors and unique textures. It’s like a photo studio with installed equipment, where you can go just like that. You do not even need to configure any devices. Shooting in such rooms or in a setting with similar aesthetics will show you how great the influence of lighting is, how artificial light falls on an object, and how your camera captures all this. Such places are pushing to understand the “dramatic lighting”, the richness of colors, their influence on the composition and the awareness of all the work entirely, to which many can go for years.
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The light in most laundries reflects off white washing machines and walls, creating a softly lit setting for portraits. Laundries usually have decent sized windows, allowing natural sunlight to penetrate into all space. White walls act like giant V-shaped planes around the object, creating a soft light. Mastering natural lighting will add a unique professional style to your work.

Not only do places like the ones that you study teach you how to work with a different light, but they also make you and your subject take it easy to use the space creatively. The model on all the images above has never specifically posed for the camera before, but notice how space encourages its posing. The girl looks very natural in the environment.

The ability to control a model during a photo session comes with practice, so photographing them in “difficult places” will definitely facilitate this awkward stage of training. Locations will also help you aesthetically use lines and objects in your frames.

Limiting yourself to a small space allows you to focus on lighting, framing and style of photography, rather than on experiencing where your object should stand on the street. If you shoot in places like this in the early stages of your own learning, it will be much easier for you to find out what you need to look for outside. This is the essence of such a complex task.

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