Learn to photograph well

Posted on November 14, 2006. Filed under: Advice, Photography |

Gadget blog Crave found some useful photography tips–both for the photographer and the photographee–in Fujifilm’s new Best Face Forward web site.

Of course, Fuji also takes the opportunity to give you the hard sell on their face-detection technology, but if you sift past the marketing hype, there are some really good tips for aspiring portrait photographers and their subjects…such as pro photographer James Ferrara’s tip to “[ask] subjects to raise or move their chins so the light hits their eyes just right.”

Of course, Fuji also takes the opportunity to give you the hard sell on their face-detection technology, but if you sift past the marketing hype, there are some really good tips for aspiring portrait photographers and their subjects…such as pro photographer James Ferrara’s tip to “[ask] subjects to raise or move their chins so the light hits their eyes just right.”

As someone who despises being photographed (just look at this mug, people–or on second thought, don’t), I found some of the tips intriguing, and I plan to try them out the next time I’m stalked by the paparazzi (we Lifehacker editors get no peace). Of course, you can find countless other photography tips in our previous posts. 

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