Another portrait tip: you don't have to show a person's entire face or head. Don't be afraid to crop them and get in close for a very personal shot.
You can get close either by standing physically close to the person or by standing farther away and zooming in. However, as you'll see in Chapter 6, these two options produce very different images, so you'll want to think about which approach is right for your subject.
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