Senior Portrait - Ashley  
     

Senior Portrait - Ashley

If you want the subject to be recognized in your photo, the eyes (minimally the front-most eye), must be in sharp focus. When shooting with depth of field this shallow, Careful attention must be paid by both the subject and the photographer - neither can move after focusing.
 
Using a comfortable pose helps your subject remain still - and it helps them look relaxed.
 
Want to emphasize the subject's eye color? Shoot them in a bright environment. Ambient window light was used for this senior portrait.

Camera and Lens Settings
85mm  f/1.4  1/500s  ISO 100  5616 x 3744px
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