Outdoor Portrait Photography Tutorial: Natural Light Portraiture Tips

Outdoor Portrait Photography Tutorial: Natural Light Portraiture Tips

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  1. Craig Beckta Photography and Photoshop Tutorials

    Check out my new Free Portrait Lighting and Retouching Video Series: http://www.craigbeckta.com/free-training

  2. Craig, I love the Public Gardens in Halifax. Beautiful settings everywhere one turns in the Gardens. Next time I'm in Halifax, I will have to make it a point to meet you.

  3. great tips

  4. Craig Beckta Photography and Photoshop Tutorials

    Check out my new video training series: http://www.craigbeckta.com/free-training

  5. Thank you

  6. Thanks for the tips

  7. Thank you for the tutorial! Just what I was looking for!

  8. thinkinginpictures

    Nice job. You got my subscription. Right to the point and solid info. Freaking awesome.

  9. Thanks for the tutorial. Very informative and helpful about how to control the light by using reflector.
    I have one question: I noticed you didn't use speedlite in the video. What if control the light by speedlite instead of the reflector? What's the difference between them?

  10. Craig, just saw this video. Great video. Short, to the point and very informative. Do you have a video that talks about settings such as AF Point selection and Metering Mode?

  11. This is a great video! Thanks for sharing!

  12. Thank you for an excellent lesson!

  13. What time was it when the video was taken? (just being curious)

  14. which lens do you use? (:

  15. Thanks for the great video!

  16. just starting out i think natural lighting without reflectors etc is just fine but it is nice to have those options :but def step out of harsh sunlight. took some pics of my sister and her son yesterday and it was a bright sunny day and smartly found a shady spot to do so ;-).

  17. Emanuel Cruz (Small Traveler)

  18. Thank you for the tips. Very helpful. If you don't mind me asking, how much do you charge for portraits?

  19. Craig Beckta Photography and Photoshop Tutorials

    I always shoot in Manual Mode…

  20. What mode did you use on this photo shoot?

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