It was strange taking a portrait of someone with an iPhone. Well of course the quality is not as great as a DSLR camera, but Apple has greatly advanced the cameras on its phones.
I chose to take pictures of Myles Lee in flat light so that no harsh shadows or harsh sunlight would hit his face and create shadows. I chose a pretty neutral background as well, so that your eye would be drawn to him and not to what was going on around him.
It helped that Myles was used to being in front of the camera. He was a model when he was younger.
I’d prefer to take portraits next time with my Canon Rebel because I have more options with the camera’s settings and could make the photo look more professional and finished.