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5 Inspirational Business Portraits and How to Make Your Own

Business portraits and professional head-shots can be a tricky one to get right. You need to take something appropriate for the company’s image, as well as make all he right technical decisions that will impact your outcome. Here we’ll give you our top tips to successful business portraits and show you some inspiring shots to get your creativity flowing. What You Need  A Fast, Sharp Lens I’ve said it before, but l really favour prime lenses for any kind of portrait work.
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