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Portraiture Shooting Tip: How To Crop Your Photos The Right Way | Photography Hacker

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Hi, I'm Maggie Hudson.

Welcome to Today I'm going to share with you a really quick tip that will vastly improve your portraiture.

Try not to ever crop your frame at any pivots and hinges on the human body. What I meant by that is: neckline, waistline, shoulders, elbows, wrists, knees, and especially feet. It can create an unsettling jarring effect to the viewer. A quick way to fix it is to simply step back a little further, capture a little more the human body, or if you can't actually fix that while you're out shooting, if there's no way to step back, you can zoom in a little further. This will reduce that jarring effect and refocus the attention back on the subject you're capturing.

Enjoy this tip. Have fun with it. Thanks for stopping by!