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In this episode of , Bryan Peterson demonstrates how important the right focal length lens is for a successful portrait photograph.
You may already know that to get a great photograph, it's important to fill the frame. But there's more to it. The wrong lens choice can lead to a classic portrait photography fail. In this video, Bryan demonstrates that fail and then shows how, by changing your focal length, shows how to avoid the pitfall and get a great portrait with no distracting background!
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