So you are probably thinking that I am talking rubbish, but there is history to it. The way in which film was developed was greatly influenced by the early users.
Over-sharpening images is a very common issue with portraits, but it doesn't have to be; proof shown above.
So this is going to be very Photoshop heavy, so once you have your great picture, you could come see if this helps make it better.
Crediting people's work is always an odd topic to talk about. Or at least as I find this, especially at what point do you stop crediting? For example I would be fine not being credited for taking a picture of someone on their phone on a night out. But I would like to be credited if I used my camera, and especially if I were being paid. Having said that, I know someone who would want to be credited for the picture on a phone.
In the above image is a portrait of the Student Scout & Guide Organisation (SSAGO) working on the Aberystwyth Club's records. This task is probably not one of the more interesting tasks to photograph, but it is still my job there to make it interesting.
This article is about what makes a good camera and how to pick a camera for you. I feel now is a good time to write this article as I have a rather large gathering of cameras in my house. If you have read the captions under the photos in my other articles you might see a trend in the cameras I use... Nikon.