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Photographing Groups and Couples
Making sure that you have a posing plan when working with groups and couples.
Things change quite a bit when you start adding more people into the picture…literally. One of the most important things to remember when working with larger groups is that YOU are in charge. The worst thing to do as a photographer is to show up without a plan. People won’t know how to stand, where to place hands, and to relax their shoulders unless you tell them!
Before every shoot I like to browse through some inspiration and refresh my mind with new ways to pose my models.
For this post, I am showing some posed and some candid shots. Some of the best shots can come from the end of a shoot when everybody is winding down and just interacting with each other. Don’t put your camera away until your models have left! You never know when you might need it!
Here are a few Do’s and Don’ts that I found helpful when photographing families. It is important to make sure that all of your subjects are in good focus. Group portraits are not the time to try to get that blurred background, it is not worth a blurry face! If you are just working with a couple, you can get a little bit more of a shallow depth of field. For this first shot I used f/2.5, ISO 100, and 1/200 sec.
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