Welcome to Portraits Refined, the ultimate resource for portrait photography tips and advice. Let’s explore what Portraits Refined is all about!
Whether you’re brand new to portrait photography or a long-time professional photographer, I hope you’ll find value in the resources here.
Become a successful photographer
If your goal is to take photography to the next level and make it your career, I’m here to help. Through Portraits Refined, my mission is to give you the clarity, courage, and mentorship to become a successful photographer.
Whether you’ve recently purchased your first camera, or have had a photography hobby for many years, focus on art, business, and your personal life. When you succeed in these three areas, you’ll feel more satisfied and have a sustainable business.
The How to Shoot series
Begin with The How to Shoot Series. This series was created to teach portrait photographers exactly how to shoot in very common situations.
- How to Shoot a Silhouette Portrait
- How to Shoot an Urban Portrait
- How to Shoot Portraits at Night
- How to Shoot Black and White Portraits
- How to Shoot Senior Photos
Most popular articles
If it’s your first time here, start by checking out some of our most popular content. Here’s a list of our top articles in each category below.
- 9 Effective Photography Marketing Ideas
- How to Start a Portrait Photography Business
- How Much Should Portrait Photographers Charge?
- How to Fix Overexposed Lighting in Lightroom
- Light and Airy Photography Guide
- How to Undo in Lightroom
Tips and techniques
You can check the archive for a list of every article on Portraits Refined or use the search function at the bottom of this page to find topics that you’re interested in.
Products and services
Thank you for being here
I’m here as your guide, friend, and to support you through your journey.
Every resource on this site was created with you in mind. Every article, eBook, and the course has been designed to help photographers like you develop skills and achieve lasting success.
Wishing you the best of luck on your photography journey, let’s get started.