When you get your first shot of Barack Obama in the Oval Office, the first thing you’ll notice is the sheer size of the president.

With his hair styled in a loose bun and his eyes staring straight ahead, the picture makes for a great photo opportunity.

But there’s a catch: you need to know how to take an Obamamphoto as a photojournalist.

There are some basic steps to take before you can begin.

Here’s everything you need and how to get the job done.1.

Learn how to make picturesObamas photos are a great opportunity to showcase the President to the public.

They’re also great for marketing campaigns because they’re always a hit.

There’s no doubt that Obama enjoys the publicity he receives from the media and the public, but that’s not all that matters.

The photographer should also be able to capture the President’s personality and make him relatable.

When shooting a portrait, it’s important to be able in some way to capture and communicate with the President.2.

Get the shot Obamas face is a very emotive subject.

This is one of the easiest things to get right in a photo.

There is no way around this fact: the picture of the President will capture a strong emotion.

The best way to get that emotion out of the picture is to show the President smiling and smiling at you.

You can do this with the right lighting.

The key is to use a sunny angle, so that you’re able to get a clear view of the face.

When the President is smiling, you want to be sure that his mouth is closed and his nose is pointed up at the sky.

You want to make sure that you don’t make a small gap between his eyebrows.

You don’t want him to have a large, expressive nose or large, flat nose.3.

Take the shot When the picture comes to you, the key is that you can see the President with his eyes closed.

If he’s looking at the camera or something else, you can still show him smiling, but he should be able see the camera as well.4.

Get his face as close as possibleThe key to making a good picture of President Obama is the ability to take a picture of him in the moment.

This requires the photographer to capture a shot that captures his face in a neutral, relaxed position, where it’s not so close to the camera that he can’t see it.

The most common position that you should consider is a standing pose.

You may find it difficult to get it right, but you can.

The important thing is to get him in a position where he is fully visible.

This will help him to relax and let his eyes wander around the room.5.

Shoot the shot as close to him as possibleObamas images tend to be very close-up, with a focus on the details.

It’s important that you use this technique when taking a photo of the Vice President.

If you are close to Biden, you will need to move to a different angle.

It can be difficult to do this because the Vice Presidency is so large.

So if you’re trying to capture Biden in a tight shot, it may not be possible.

Instead, take a wide angle or slightly longer.

If there are still some small details you can focus on, try moving the camera slightly to get some more detail.6.

Keep him focused in the frameObamas pictures are usually very close, with the focus on Biden.

To make sure you capture his eye contact and focus on his body, you should try to keep him in one place.

He should be in the foreground and in the background, but still looking at you and looking in your direction.7.

Take a few photos to make a big impactThe photographer should always take a few shots before the President takes a picture.

If the President isn’t taking a picture, try to find the one shot that he’s about to take.

It may be possible to capture it in a way that shows him smiling or nodding in agreement with what you’re saying.

If it’s a photo you’re planning to use, it makes sense to make your first picture the highlight of the day.

That way, when he looks at you, you’ll know he’s in your shot and you can start planning your next photo.8.

Focus on the picture the moment it comes into focusThe next time you see the president smiling, or nodding, or looking at something else in the photo, think about how he’s feeling.

Do you see that he is relaxed, looking into the camera, looking at his wife, his children, or the people around him?

Is that something that you’d like to capture?

If the answer is yes, you’re going to have to make another photo, because you’ll be in a different frame.9.

Shoot one frame to capture every emotionThe next step is to shoot a single picture.