As with any photoshoot, to ensure things run as smoothly as possible, you’ll want to iron out any technical issues before you start shooting.
First and foremost, confirm that both you and your subject have access to a fast and secure WiFi network. A speedy WiFi connection on both sides will help you give clear and concise instructions in real-time, and with as little lag as possible. It’ll also allow you to capture special moments as they happen - and reduce the risk of those frames freezing or disappearing due to technical issues.
Once you’ve sorted out WiFi, turn your attention to your device. To capture your images, you’ll need to take a screenshot of the feed. If you’re using FaceTime or a video conferencing platform, you can simply press the shutter icon when you’re ready to snap a photo. If you’re using a device that doesn’t offer an easy way to capture skills, learn how to take a screenshot before the shoot.
Top Tip: You may need to crop out icons and buttons while editing FaceTime photos, so bear this in mind while directing your subject on where to stand.