Intermediate Portraits are one of the most common photo ops out there. As a photographer, you'll likely be asked at one point or another by family or friends to take their photo. Some photographers are naturals at capturing people while others freeze when the person is in front of the camera. They're not sure how to pose them, how to find flattering light, or how to make the subject comfortable. After all, why should the subject be relaxed.
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