Free family portrait photography cheat sheet. Drag and drop infographic explains how to shoot better pictures of family in common situations.

Free family portrait photography cheat sheet. Drag and drop infographic explains how to shoot better pictures of family in common situations.

You'll need:  •A camera with a large aperture lens  •Cardstock, or other thick paper  •Scissors  •Tape    1. Cut out a circle the size of your lens.   2. Cut out your desired shape on the middle of the circle, don't make it too big.   3. Tape it to your lens.   4. Set your camera to it's lowest aperture value (mine was set at 1.8), make sure the lights aren't in focus, and take your picture!

You'll need: •A camera with a large aperture lens •Cardstock, or other thick paper •Scissors •Tape 1. Cut out a circle the size of your lens. 2. Cut out your desired shape on the middle of the circle, don't make it too big. 3. Tape it to your lens. 4. Set your camera to it's lowest aperture value (mine was set at 1.8), make sure the lights aren't in focus, and take your picture!

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