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It is best not to take a portrait of a person when they have extreme or exaggerated
expressions on their faces since these are only temporary. Rather, it is better to capture
them as they look naturally, but still at their best (page 3, para 4).
Informal portraits are used to show a person in a situation outside of the studio. For
example, a soldier could be shown at an event such as a blood donation drive (page 5,
The height of the center of the lens is between the subject's lip and the tip of his
When shooting a head and shoulders portrait, the height of the center of the lens must be
positioned at this point for correct perspective. Higher or lower will exaggerate facial
features, producing a distorted appearance (page 8, para 4a).
A long focal length lens is generally used for head and shoulders portraits because shorter
lengths introduce distortion (page 8, para 4b).