17 Great Photography Lighting & Portrait Tips for Amazing Images

I sat down with the multi talented Denice Duff to talk about portrait photography and her favorite tricks for getting the best lighting without breaking the bank. And trust me, with her experience both in front of and behind the camera (as a fantastic model/actress and amazing photographer and director), she has a lot to say! Denice will also be joining the AYP family as a coach, bringing more great content to the channel. Lucky you!

Her IG https://www.instagram.com/deniceduff

Equipment she mentioned:
Canon 70-200 mm lens https://bhpho.to/2DhUf8D
Foam core board https://bhpho.to/2Dlf9DB
Gaffer’s tape https://bhpho.to/2GglJyt

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  1. Really Inspiring vlog, Denise very generously gave loads of tips, they are so much more relevant coming from a working professional I look forward to her next installments Thanks for getting her on board Marc

  2. Great video! Looking forward to many more insights from Denise on future videos. Very, very nice.

    BTW, as for Denise mentioning that she sometimes tries to get the subject to focus on HER instead of staying inside their own head and locking up… I am going to go out on a limb and guess that she has never really had much trouble getting them to do that throughout her career.

  3. The way this interview is set up feels a little bit weird.
    Maybe because you are talking to each other (this feels a little bit scripted, not "live") and looking into the lens like talking to the audience.
    Just my opinion, cheers

  4. Exciting and informative. Denice was great explaining what sometime seems so mysterious how to take great portraits with simple equipment–with the right approach. Thanks.

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