Mirrorless – the simplest setup as it requires nothing but your smartphone camera. DSLR – you can see a lot with them as you can use zoom and manual control over most settings as well as a lot of advanced functions from EVF to histogram correction.
What are the other things I need for a good portrait portrait?
Shutter speed – you’ll need either a medium-speed and/or slow-speed. I prefer slow-speed as I find it is more natural for me. ISO – you’ll need between 100000 and 12800. I shoot at ISO 51200 for indoor environments. Lightproofing – I used to wear a vest when I did this so some items you can easily check and adjust. A tripod and light will do you well as will a flash, the lens and your composition.
What do I mean by composition?
If you try to do a portrait portrait with one person, you’ll find it’s hard to capture their form accurately. The main reason is you can’t focus and compose on a small area. Most of the time you’ll get a great figure from a group of 3 but in more of a group of 5 or more you won’t get good results. Also, make sure some people are in different positions as you won’t want to see a person face off with another person or be staring at an image on a mobile device.
What is my best camera for portraits?
My camera is a Canon EOS 5D Mark III so you can expect great results. However, other cameras that can be taken into this genre include the Canon 5D Mark II and the Canon 5D Mark III, which are both great options. Also, there’s no reason for someone to avoid getting a good camera as you can have great results with any lens you’re willing to work with, as long as it has good optical quality (sharpness, contrast, color, etc.) and is not a cheap lens.
What does mirrorless do and why do I need one?
Mirrorless enables you to take portraits with a much smaller sensor, you just have more light in the image. Also, it’s cheaper, it has a smaller internal memory and it means you can get better results. It also makes photos easier to edit; for the same focal length, if for instance you switch from a medium-range to a wide-range lens, you’ll need to switch to a different camera settings. However, with the right