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Final Fantasy X, ep20 ~ Wedding Crashers

By CapnMintbeard, 02/18/2021
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FINAL FANTASY X tells the story of a star blitzball player, Tidus, who journeys with a young and beautiful summoner named Yuna on her quest to save the world of Spira from an endless cycle of destruction wrought by the colossal menace Sin.

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You can usually get much more interesting, engaging pictures by using your imagination and choosing a more unusual portrait location.
  1. Choose a Meaningful Place. It's easy to choose a portrait location based on convenience. ...
  2. Use Natural Lighting. ...
  3. Set Up Near Shelter. ...
  4. Choose Somewhere Quiet. ...
  5. Don't Let the Location Distract.

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What are good places for a photoshoot?  When it comes to choosing good places for a photoshoot outdoors, there are many factors to consider. Some are obvious, but some you might not have thought about.  Rather than learn the hard way, here are my top 14 tips to ensure your next location shoot is awesome. 1. The outdoor photoshoot style  To decide good places for a photoshoot outdoors, first and foremost, you must ask if the location suits the style of your shoot? Will it add to the story that you’re telling?  For the boho fashion shoot photo at the top of this post, we needed the location to look hot and earthy to match the tones of the clothing. In addition, as the brand’s target market are adventurous, free spirited festival goers (think Burning Man, or in this case, Africa Burn), we wanted the feeling of space and freedom in nature.  This leads to the next factor to consider… 2. Shade vs full sun photography locations  When photographing outdoors, the sun will be your next biggest consideration. Are you going to need shade from the sun, or is it a feature of the shoot? If photographing in full sun, what gear are you going to use to light your subject and deal with shadows?  Photographing in full sun is great for color and vibrancy in a shot, but you’ll need to have a game plan for the shadows. Either embrace the full sun and use it as a studio light, or use it to backlight your subject. You’ll then need reflectors and/or strobes to light your subject.  If you photograph in the shade, your light will be soft and diffused, but might not be as interesting.      Further reading: Open shade photography the right way – avoid rookie mistakes  3. Overhead cover  I have a few favourite places for a photoshoot I use that are covered. Aside from the look of the locations, there are 2 reasons why they’re my favourites:      I love channelling natural light to light my subject     It doesn’t matter what the weather is doing, which is a big factor in the UK  The other reason to have overhead cover on location is bags. Not the type you carry, the type that appear beneath eyes. Under eye bags and shadows are emphasized by overhead light casting shadow. If you have cover above, the shadow is hugely reduced.  Have you noticed how many videos on social media have been shot in the car? Well, this is because people have figured out that they look good in this setting. They probably don’t know why – diffused light and no overhead light – but they know they do. It’s a great little studio really.  The same goes for “garage light” or “door light”. With no direct sunlight pouring in, position your subject just inside with the door open and facing out to you. All that beautiful natural light flows in and lights your subject, but there’s no overhead light to cast under eye shadows.

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Finding good photoshoot locations is not easy. Sometimes you can spend about a week on this. When my girlfriend and her fiance were planning a wedding photo session, they were looking for suitable locations and a photographer for about a month. Somehow, by chance, she stumbled upon wanderlustportraits.com, wherein the end, the guys found everything they were looking for. They have already discussed all the nuances with the photographer and are preparing for a photoshoot. A friend, first of all, takes a photo only with the groom, and later wants to take a joint photo with friends and relatives. She showed me some locations, and they look great. I think the photos will also be excellent.

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