9 Portrait Location Ideas in 90 Seconds
5 monthes ago - By Peta Pixel
Sometimes the strangest or most mundane locations can make for compelling portrait environments. Mango Street made this short and sweet video in which it presents 9 portrait location suggestions in just 90 seconds.
Here's a rundown of the 9 places picked (watch the video for a full set of examples showing what you can shoot at each spot):
1. Through a Cafe Window 2. Near a Construction Site 3. Chain-Link Fence 4. Hedges 5. Under an Overpass 6. Indoor Window Light 7. Outdoor Stairs 8. Tennis Court 9. Parking Garage
Mango Street says it picked these locations because they're ones “you can...
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