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    • Emily Gruenert

      Self Portrait Idea- 101 portrait photography tips

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      Improve Photography: 101 Portrait Photography Tips

    • Jackie Gray

      101 portrait photo tips (for when I finally get a nice camera!)

    • Becky Holman

      101 portrait photography tips and ideas via Caitlin Cawley - I got my first DSLR camera just before Christmas. I took a class on how to use it a couple of weeks ago. This is a great tips list.

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