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Portrait photography involves taking portraits of people, typically using a single lens reflex camera with a fixed focal length. Aperture and shutter speed are the most important camera settings for portret photography.

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1. Aperture: Generally, apertures of f/2.8-f/5.6 are considered ideal for portrait photography. The wider aperture allows you to create a shallow depth of field (blurred background) and make the subject stand out. 2. Shutter Speed: If you’re shooting in low light conditions, a slow shutter speed may be necessary to capture plenty of light. Generally, shutter speeds of 1/125sec or faster (depending on your lens) are the best for portrait photography. 3. ISO: Depending on the available light, you should select the lowest ISO possible to avoid grain and noise. 4. Focus Mode: Auto-focus (AF) is the most common focus mode for portrait photography as it will ensure you’re capturing sharp photos. 5. White Balance: Set the white balance to match the type of lighting you’re shooting in, such as Daylight for natural lighting or Shade for overcast lighting.

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Jan. 24, 2023, 7:24 p.m.

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Published: Tuesday, January 24, 2023