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Portraiture is one of the most popular genres in photography, and perhaps one of the oldest. The only limits to portraits are in the creative minds of the photographers capturing them.
From candid portraits of unknown people in the streets to large fine-art productions, portraits have one thing in common: they aim to capture the human soul in a biographical way.
It is common for everyone starting their photographic journey to become curious about portraits thanks to their generosity as a creative means of expression, but there are some common mistakes that beginners make when diving into that world. Here are the 5 mistakes beginners make in portrait photography and how to avoid them.