If you are wanting to photograph children or adults who wear glasses, but do not want glare all over, you are in luck. From experimenting with my daughter Ellie, who just got glasses at age 9, I wrote an article exclusively for Ree at the Pioneer Woman on dealing with glasses and glare in photography.
Tips include how to:
- Look for the light
- Do special tilts
- Consider photo-journalistic shots
- Embrace glare
- Remove the lenses
- Take your time
- Take them off
- Use Sunglasses
- Aim for a more artistic look
- Shoot two and swap in Photoshop
- Editing tips
Learn details on each of these techniques by checking out the article and images now.Previous Post: Beyond The Lens: Behind the Scenes of a Professional Photographer
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