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Shutter speeds below about 1/125 sec are usually a no-no for portraits, because it can be hard to keep both the subject and the camera still. However, if there’s interesting movement in the scene, like falling snow, a slower shutter speed is worth a go – at 1/30 sec, as in step 03, the slightly blurred snow adds to the mood of the shot. The subject and camera need to stay as still as possible, so use a tripod and ask the subject to sit as still as they can. To get a slower shutter speed in daylight you’ll need to use the lowest available ISO, and you may need to stop down the aperture – we used f/8.