How to Adjust Eyeglasses for a Photo Shoot

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Adjusting eyeglasses for a photo shoot needs to take things like your lighting scheme into consideration. Adjust eyeglasses for a photo shoot with help from a photography expert in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Dan Reinecke with Unknown Media, and today I'm going to tell you how to adjust eye glasses for a photo shoot. When shooting people with glasses, the issue that you will commonly run into will be glare and reflections coming off of the glasses. However, you shouldn't let this completely dictate your shot. The slightest of adjustments can make a world of difference for you. You're going to want to set up your lights and shot how you normally would. If you start to catch reflection, just have your talent slightly move their head until the reflection is gone. If you are in a studio, raising your lights just a few inches can rid you of your issues and not alter the shot or the lighting. So when it comes to photographing people with glasses, go about your business as you typically would because any issues that you may run into can easily be fixed by the slightest of adjustments. I'm Dan Reinecke, take your best shot.


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