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Portraits are one of those things that everyone, at some point in time, has had to have done. For myself, it’s rare to do a tin soldier business portrait; I prefer doing lifestyle. But if I do have to do a business portrait, I make sure to use the right light source, camera angle and camera height; this is of utmost importance. Why, you ask? Here’s an example: If someone has a narrow chin, you don’t take their picture from a high angle because it will make the top of their head look bigger, and their chin look smaller. You know the age old question: Did you get my good side? My answer always is, “I sure did.”

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