Make Eye Contact

September 13th, 2011 by Rick Sammon

Just an idea for your next portrait photography session: work on making eye contact with your subject – work on making a connection with the subject.

Try this technique with animal photography, too.

Explore the light,
Rick

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One Response to “Make Eye Contact”

  1. Tracy Southey says:

    Your photos are fantastic. I completely agree with trying to capture the eyes. I wanted to add when you capture the eyes of your subject, it brings the viewer in and becomes a much more powerful image.

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