Here’s How You Get Wind Whipped Hair in Your Portraits

Here’s How You Get Wind Whipped Hair in Your Portraits

Photographer Chantal Routhier recently did a short tutorial on how to get that wind whipped look in your hair for portraits that everyone loves. One of the biggest secrets: put the hair half back and half in front. Of course, this tutorial works best with longer hair and with more of a blustery day. Chantal has some excellent tips in her post, but to add more to this the higher your elevation is, the better it is for you to get more wind. Additionally, going to a waterfront will work wonders. Chantal speaks about this and she states that you should go behind rocks.
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