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  • FamilyShare.com

    Simple portrait setup -- need a reflector! You can use an automotive window shade - the pop out kind - which are super cheap at the auto parts store. #photography #tips

  • cri bel

    Simple portrait setup. "I put them in front of a white wall near our front door. I opened the door for light and used a white reflector to pop a bit more light onto their faces...I shot with a 50mm lens so that I could fit their faces into the tight space. I use this setup a lot. Memorable portraits don’t have to be fancy!"

  • Kacie Dobernig Scott

    Simple portrait setup with a reflector (scroll to bottom of webpage for links to other photo tips and ideas; this photographer also offers, for a fee, online digital photography processing lessons)

  • VenDen

    A simple portrait setup only requires some natural light and a reflector. Tip: you can use an automotive window shade.

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