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Jessie R. Tindle

Good expression techniques

I am currently attending a design and photography class at my local high school. We have been assigned to take four pictures of the same person, but four different expressions. I am finding it a little harder than expected. Do you have any suggestions on where, what, and how I should set up to take the pictures. It would be a real help if you came back with some information.

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D L. Blackbird   I photograph a lot of teenagers and find it's fun to get different expressions by changing their outfit and environments. When changing from street clothes to dress clothes or by simply adding different hats (ball cap, cowboy hat, etc.) your subject will tend to express a new attitude - giving you a whole new "look".

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