Various little details and nuances during a photo shoot can make a world of difference. One of the nuances relates to – Where the eyes of the people in your photographs should be looking. It’s a very practical and rational thing to think about, yet, it's not discussed very often.
Every decision we make impacts what our photos communicate. The eyes are a very distinguishable part in any photo of a person. It only makes sense then, to be aware of where our subjects’ eyes look.
I’ve created a video discussing the eyes of our photographic subjects. Where they should look, why and what it’ll all mean to the final image.
This video like anything else I make comes with a disclaimer. These are my ideas, not concrete rules. Take them on board, take some of them on board. Whatever you decide, there’s surely some food for thought here.
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In the video I mention my course - Behind the Scenes. In this course you'll learn many similar lessons and much more. I've put a lot of time and effort creating it. As I say, it's the closest thing to a blueprint for creating award worthy photos. Currently it's on sale. The details and the link are above. Just click the banner.