Erin Manning’s Top 10 Dos and Don’ts for Great Portraits

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25 comments

  1. fernandocezar76

    like you very interrest you tips

  2. This was really great. Thank you for posting. I am looking forward to getting the book.

  3. this is great..very informative thanks!

  4. very helpful-thanx

  5. ♥♥♥The best quick guide ever and very helpful! ♥♥♥Thank You sooooooooooooo much♥♥♥

  6. lovin the cheezy background music

  7. I tend to agree with you 100% that the non flash photo looks much better still than the force flashed photo.

  8. Great video, great tips! Ready for the book now

  9. Great tips!

  10. I just loooove the idea behind the red eye feature on a camera. Blasting light at your subject to force a physiological response. I’m not being sarcastic. Sometimes I wish my camera had a hand that would come out a slap someone that refuses to do as asked. OK. I’ll stick to landscapes.

  11. great enthusiasm, i loved this video.

  12. Really great stuff – I’d bring the music level down if you can, it’s getting in the way of your dialogue a few times.

  13. xtelevisionset

    To be honest, I think the non-flash picture on the left @ 3:39 looks better than the one with force flash.

    I tend to stay away from flash unless it’s diffused light.

  14. Very helpful, thank you.

  15. MarsAsiaProductions

    Dear thank you very much!!!!! This is the best quick guide ever!
    M.

  16. Absolutely great tips…i will try them out. Can’t wait!!

  17. I just checked this book out from a library just a few days ago and man it is loaded with extra info.. I would recommend it to anyone who wants to learn how to better capture great candid shots

  18. These tips do work ! check out my photo’s at
    19atkinson57. 5 star

  19. mattutubematt

    lol 3:07
    the typical myspace photo/pose 😛

  20. the tip about avoiding the big nose effect is so true! Thanks.

  21. Wow — great tips! Will certainly help with the 13 headshots I have to do in the morning.

  22. you are fantastic

  23. PartTimePhotography

    Good stuff – I’ll pass this along to all my newsletter subscribers.

  24. drifternumber9

    These are very useful tips. Thank you, Erin. I’m going to look for this book now.

  25. Erin..Thanks for your tips..Its very helpful