Today I want to address positioning yourself for maximum impact with your images.
Your height, when combined with the distance between you and the model… then factor in their height will ensure you are at the proper height to create the maximum impact for your photo.
Because most all portraits look best when shot at the eye-level of your model, you’ll need to compensate your own positioning. Sometimes this will mean bending down a little or even getting on one knee, other times you may need a step-stool or ladder to boost your height a little. The wrong perspective can really ruin a portrait.
Come to our lighting and editing workshops and learn how to put this tip to good use. See all the details here... http://northof49photography.com/lighting-and-editing-workshop