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Hello Mi Fans,
Greetings from Mi Community Bangladesh Photography Team. Portrait vs Landscape, this is a big question which comes to a photographer's mind while shooting. It has left us confused in many situations. Should we shoot in Landscape mode or go for Portrait mode? The answer to this question is quite simple. It is actually the photographer who decide whether to compose the picture in Landscape mode or Portrait mode. Let's see, how shooting in different modes can affect the perspective of a picture.
What is Portrait mode?
In simple words, if the height of the image is more than the width of the image then we will refer to it as a Portrait mode shot. A 6×4 image (height x width) image is an example of a Portrait mode shot. The height to width ratio is referred to as the Aspect ratio of the image. Mobile phones and Magazines come in Portrait orientation. The user can change the orientation to Landscape mode in mobile phones for viewing images shot in Landscape mode. The picture below shows an example of a Portrait Mode shot in an aspect ratio of 3:2.
What is Landscape Mode?
If the width of the image is more than the height of the image then we will refer to it as a Landscape mode shot. A 2×3 image (height x width) is an example of an image in Landscape mode. By default, all cameras come in Landscape mode. If you look at the TV or computer then the display comes in Landscape orientation. The picture below shows an example of a Landscape Mode shot.
Portrait Vs Landscape - In which mode should I shoot?
Now, Let's have a look at the pictures given below for better clarity in Portrait Vs Landscape modes in photography.
Don't wait, start shooting the same scene in both the modes. See the difference between "Landscape vs Portrait".
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