Well, as great as these cameras are with their automatic settings there is still no substitute for understanding the intricacies of camera settings. How the shutter speed affects the lighting and motion blur or how the aperture affects the lighting and depth of field or how the ISO affects the brightness and graininess of an image.
Most likely, you have emotional wounds that must be healed before you can contact your ex and take actions to save your relationship. Taking a month away from your ex will offer you enough time to recover emotionally from the breakup. Resist every temptation to call your ex, email them, or contact them in any other methods during this time. I know you’re worried but your ex will not forget about you in a month. Intimacy takes time to build and fade, so a month will not be enough time for intimacy to go away.
Do not try to be unique all the time. You will not lose your status as a good photographer if you take some classic looking shots. Learn to make the difference between what is art and what is not. Do not edit your basic pictures of your friends to make them look artsy.
Num 6. Don’t go tight with your clothing choices. I’m not referring to baggy but not too tight either. If you go to tight with your choices of garments, it can indent your skin. Which will display up in the photos and take away from your attractiveness.
That is, to me, a pretty stunning comment. and not a very uplifting one either. Here is a photographer who is generally acknowledged as the premier microstock shooter in the world, and in my opinion is one of the world’s premier stock shooters of any business model, and he is anticipating his profit dipping to a point where it isn’t worth his time to produce! Yikes!
Hire a photography student in a nearby university. He/she is more than willing to take on your assignment and unleash his/her creativity. As much as possible have a look at his/her works first, and observe his/her personality as well.
First think of the types of shadows and contrast you want. Direct light produces sharp dark shadows. Diffused or indirect light produces softer tones. For dark shadows and high contrast difference between light and dark use direct light. On the other hand, for tones of gray and softer looks use a diffused light.
The Photographer. Get to know your photographer. You need to RELAX with the photographer, as he will no doubt pose you two in any number of ways. He has done this many times before and is natural to him. It’s probably your first time and will seem very strange. By getting to know him or her you will relax and get images that look right.