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Camera Bodies [01:43]Learn the important factors to consider when picking a camera body to use for natural light portraits.
Lenses [03:05]The lens you choose will have a bigger impact on the photo than the camera body you use.
Camera Settings [05:20]There is a basic formula you can use to help you choose the right settings every time.
Shooting Under Bright Sun [03:41]You can't always choose the time of day to take your natural light portraits, so here are a few tips to help you shoot under even the brightest conditions.
Putting it into Practice [03:39]Matt demonstrates the concepts covered with a family portrait.
Shoot into the Sun [02:10]Sometimes you can shoot into the sun and make it work for your portraits.
Using the Shade [01:35]The light in the shade can be less dynamic than bright sun, but still very useful for portraits.
Reflectors [02:59]Reflectors are a very useful, low cost, and low tech tool for enhancing natural light portraits.
Diffusing the Light [02:42]Another useful tool for natural light portraits is called a scrim, which allows you to diffuse the light from the sun and create your own shade.