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How to Take Great Group Photos – Digital Photography School

Prepare. There is nothing that will make of people posing for a photograph turn upon you faster …

6 Keys to Shooting Great Group Photos

Small is better. As I have just said it’s important to have less people with more of the people in the …

How to Shoot Group or Team Photos – YouTube

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Mar 21, 2017 · Today on The Slanted Lens we’ll be looking at how to shoot group or team photos. This is a valuable tool in your arsenal to bring in extra income. Take a look and let me know what you think.

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How to Shoot Group or Team Photos – The Slanted Lens

Shooting a large marching band is usually more of a problem than the smaller concert or jazz bands. As the marching bands, usually 140+ or more students, the locations available for a group photo are limited.

Shooting Group Photos – Nikon School Blog

Shooting group Photos. Where to focus for a group shot is often a mystery for many photographers. Either let the camera do it on auto area mode, or select single point AF and select a single focus point around the middle area. If there are three rows, focus on the second row, if there are more than three rows, focus around one third of the row depth.

10 Fool-Proof Posing Tips for Group Portraits | Improve

Get the heads on different levels. This posing tip is first for a reason. It is probably the easiest way …

Tips for Setting up a Great Group Photo – YouTube

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Aug 21, 2015 · Learn how to get great pictures of a large group. In this clip from the CreativeLive course, Think Like a 10K Wedding Photographer, Scott Robert

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How to Take Group Portraits Using Your Digital SLR – dummies

Choose your camera settings. Shooting in Aperture Priority mode and using a large aperture (a small f/stop number, f/3.5 to f/5.6) gives you the necessary shallow depth of field. If you’re photographing a group that’s several rows deep, switch the aperture to f/5.6 …

16 Do’s and Don’t to Photograph Large Groups – Click it Up

DO NOT. Either shoot from below your group and put their heads in the sky where it’s a solid color, or shoot from above by standing on something or placing them in a sitting pose while you shoot down at them. Or change their position completely so their heads have a non-distracting background behind them.

Tips from the Pros: Posing Subjects for Group Portrait

Nov 20, 2013 · Tips from the Pros: Posing Subjects for Group Portrait Photography. “Just a slight turn of the body can work wonders,” he says. Not only for the person who turns, but for subjects on both sides of her, too. As you begin to place your subjects, vary the visual elements. Mix up clothing colors, genders, races, heights, ages, and poses.

Group Shots – Sometimes You Should Leave Your Wide Angle

Group Shots – Sometimes You Should Leave Your Wide Angle in the Bag Once I did a photo for a dance group (16 members) in a basketball gymnasium. but I personally start with no larger than