Canon EOS – Portraiture Shooting Photography Tutorial with Chris Budgeon

Canon EOS – Portraiture Shooting Photography Tutorial with Chris Budgeon



Learn how to take a portrait photograph with Canon Photographer, Chris Budgeon in this portrait photography tutorial. Chris provides portraiture shooting tips and talks about his EOS Photo5 2010 brief. Join in, find the inspiration for your photography and share at www.canon.com.au/worldofeos

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xexxodusx says:

He needs to come take my picture ; )

Ron Burgundy says:

man ur pics are spectacular, keep up the good work


matt says:

all these videos are really great! thanks for sharing ^_^

memorilife says:

Great info, and great pictures…..

Karl Fitz says:

Great video/tutorial, thanks for sharing with us :)

Baos says:

Love this channel! Very helpful!

Some really great useful tips about portraiture.

Kweamod says:

whats up with this gum? i dont get it.

@daSenfgurke what do you mean? Can you please elaborate?

Kweamod says:

@CanonAustralia 2:44 what does he mean, having a gum in the portrait?

@daSenfgurke Ah right – this video is actually a guide on how to shoot photographs for one of our contests. And the gum has to be in the picture as part of the challenge. Cheers

Kweamod says:

@CanonAustralia ah ok, thanks ^^

Chris says:

1:24 diameter?

@stchristoph2000 It's diaphragm. Cheers, the Canon team.

This is a bit like the Nikon Australia videos, only with more useful information and far less pushing a particular product. Excellent work.

@manutd054 Glad that you like the video. Thanks, the Canon team.

@icecubeteaful123 The gum is part of our annual EOS Photo5 competition for that particular year. Cheers, the Canon team.

Anthony Tran says:

I LOVE the color tone of the picture at 1:38. Does anyone know how to achieve this kind of color tone in lightroom or photoshop? I'd love to know, thanks!


We believe it's called a warm tone. That's why photographers love to shoot in the "golden hour" – it gives subjects a warm/golden tone. You can then undersaturate the photograph to achieve the look in 1:38. Hope it helps. Cheers, the Canon team.

Hi there – practice, practice, practice. The EF 50mm f/1.8 is what photographers usually start with with regards to portrait photography. Once you find your own photography style, you'll start to get more comfortable with portrait photography and put your subjects at ease, bringing out their natural character for you to photograph.

Srikanth VM says:

2:43 What does he mean by having a piece of gum ?

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