Portrait Photography : How to Take Your Own Head Shots

To take your own head shots, use a tripod to keep the camera steady, use a soft light source for even lighting and use an automatic timer built in to most modern cameras. Create your own head shots in a pinch with information from a certified professional photographer in this free video on photography. Expert: Bob Coates Contact: www.bcphotography.com Bio: Bob Coates of Bob Coates Photography has been a professional photographer for 13 years in both Arizona and the Virgin Islands. Filmmaker: Chuck Tyler

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10 Responses to Portrait Photography : How to Take Your Own Head Shots

  1. punkrockalypse30795s says:

    wait 4 thee little lights 2 blink then go…. this is an awesome/funny vid!

  2. nudnik1123 says:

    ….any Joe can find a tripod lying around, most people have one but a softbox?

  3. piepaco says:

    Yes the softbox seems to be the only thing I lack..

  4. coolcallboy says:

    cool as! :)

  5. MrMk619 says:

    Can you use any type of digital camera. Like me I need a camera affordable like under 100 dollars

  6. pixelatedDream says:

    If you get one under a 100 you’ll only be able to take granny pictures you can barely see UNLESS your outside in the sunlight…and even then the quality sucks

  7. MrMk619 says:

    thanks for the info! I got to start saving!

  8. carsam99ph says:

    nice video!!!

  9. HALOFAN804 says:

    Click,Boom,HEADSHOT!!!!!!(with my Intervention XD)

  10. rbu2m says:

    How far does the camera need to be away from you and the type of lense use for head shots.

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