Here’s how to always get perfect lighting for all your pictures

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If you want to master photography, there are many simple tricks you can use to stepup your photo game, even if you’re only shooter is your cell phone.
Often times, all you’re trying to do is get a good picture of someone. Maybe it’s a selfie. Maybe it’s your friend. But the most important thing is that it looks good.

When a fancy portrait photographer has a celebrity in the studio to shoot a magazine cover, they surround their subjects with expensive lights. But you can do that outdoors or at home — if you know where to shoot.

Here are the best places to go if you want to take a great picture.

In a studio, a photographer works to surround a person with soft, even light.

 

In a studio, a photographer works to surround a person with soft, even light.

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Bounced light works much better than direct light for this — that’s the point of those big umbrellas.

 

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Bounced light works much better than direct light for this — that's the point of those big umbrellas.

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In the real world, the shade on a sunny day is the best place for this — light bounces from all over the sunlit places onto your subject’s face.

 

In the real world, the shade on a sunny day is the best place for this — light bounces from all over the sunlit places onto your subject's face.

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In the shade, the shadows behind your subject create a nice contrast to make details pop.

 

In the shade, the shadows behind your subject create a nice contrast to make details pop.

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Of course, you’re not always outside on a sunny day. When indoors, window light is your best bet.

 

Of course, you're not always outside on a sunny day. When indoors, window light is your best bet.

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Turn the lights off in a room, and a window will act like a big box of soft light. The bigger the better.

Turn the lights off in a room, and a window will act like a big box of soft light. The bigger the better.

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At night, of course, that isn’t an option. But big, wide lights like a store window from the street will do the trick.

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