Improve Your Portraits Using Dynamic Range! Pro Tip For Beginners

6/12/2021 ISO 1200 Magazine 0 Comments


Improving your portraits is easy when you understand how dynamic range can impact your images! In this video, Miguel Quiles will shares a simple tip that you can use in both natural light situations and in-studio to get your portrait work to the next level!


General tips: You'll want to ensure you don't underexpose your portraits more than 4 stops as you can run into situations where there's a lot of noise and color shifts in the shadows. 

Also, it's okay to lose details in the highlights if it adds character to the overall image and doesn't contain anything that is vital to the image. Hope these and the general tips in the video help you improve your portrait photography! Be sure to share your results in his Facebook photography group linked below.


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About Miguel Quiles:


Miguel Quiles is a New Jersey-based commercial wedding and portrait photographer who’s been involved in the industry for over 15 years, starting off first as a salesman at a local camera store. Since then, Miguel has been refining his skills and pushing the limits of his creative abilities. Let's Get Connected: www.miguelquiles.com


Image and video via Miguel Quiles | Facebook Group 



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