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Contributor - Daniel Norton - Copy
Photographer & Educator | Website

Daniel Norton is a Photographer, Creative Director and Educator with 20+ years in the advertising and editorial markets. Daniel also produces and hosts FREE weekly training for Adorama and on his Youtube channel as well as the Adorama TV series On Set with Daniel Norton .

Basic Poses for Women  (1:01:10)

Basic Poses for Women
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When photographing people, we have many things to juggle at the same time: lighting, exposure, camera handling, and making our subjects feel comfortable. And of top of that, we want to create meaningful, natural, and flattering poses.

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Studio Lighting: Men vs Women (01:11:54)

Studio Lighting: Men vs Women
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While every subject that sits for you is and should be treated as an individual, specific “beauty standards” can help guide your subject’s lighting. Join Daniel Norton OnSet to show you how to create masculine and feminine lighting and how and why to use them on various subjects.

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Headshot Photography

Headshot Photography

A head shot or headshot is a modern, clean portrait in which the focus is on the person. The term is applied usually for professional profile images on social media, images used on online dating profiles, the ‘about us page’ or a corporate website and promotional pictures of actors, models, and authors.

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Window Light Portraits

Window Light Portraits

Window light is an excellent, free light source. It can achieve the same effects as much bigger, more expensive lighting equipment. A large window is essentially a huge softbox. It will diffuse light into the room and around the subject that you place in front of it.

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Feathering One Light (10:26)

Feathering One Light
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Daniel Norton shows you how to position your light for a more even and natural look and how feathered light can help with fill and control of light spread. Two examples: Softbox & Magnum Reflector.

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Clean Portraits: Simple Window Light (8:22)

Clean Portraits: Simple Window Light
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Join Daniel Norton OnSet as he demonstrates how amazing clean portraits can be made with next to no gear using natural light. Window light is free and readily available to most of us. It is easy to use to create some images that flatter your subject and look “studio” produced anywhere.

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