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    • Portrait Photography “ A portrait! What could be more simple and more complex, more obvious and more profound. ”  -  Charles Baudelaire “ Portraiture is a window to the soul ” Holding Virgina - Sally Mann
    • Types of Portraits
      • Candid
      • Posed
      • Formal
      • Couple
      • Environmental
      • Sporting
      • Children
      • Group
      When we speak of portrait photography in general terms there's a tendency to overlook the sub-categories. From the strictly formal to the candid street shot. Here is a range of the more common types of portrait photography.
    • Candid
      • un-posed and
      • unplanned photo  
    • Posed
      • Communication between photographer and the subject about the body position and expression
    • Formal
      • Communication between photographer and the subject regarding clothing, location, style and mood
    • Couple
      • Interpret ation of a relationship between two people
      Hiroshima, August of 1945
    • Small Group
      • Interpret ation of a common bond between members of a group
    • E nvironmental
      • An environmental portrait shows the subject(s) in their own territory.
    • Sporting
      • shows the subject with their uniform, equipment in their sporting environment.
      • The important factor is to let the equipment and location tell part of the story.
    • Children
    • Portrait Tips
      • Choosing the Right Background
      • Focus on the Eyes
      • Lighting, Lighting and more Lighting
      • Change the Format Framing
      • Alter Your Perspective
      • Experiment with Subject Expressions
      • “ Play” with focus
      • Give Your Subject Space to Look Into
      • Reflection & Shadow
      • Movement
      • Get serious
    • Choosing the Right Background
    • Focus on the Eyes
      • “ the eyes are the window to the soul”
    • Lighting, Lighting and more Lighting
      • Lighting is the most important element in any photo composition and sets the mood, feeling and character of your photo.
    • Change the Format Framing
      • Mix your framing
    • Alter Your Perspective
      • completely chang e the angle that you shoot from
    • Experiment with Subject Expressions
    • Same shot+different focus =different story
    • (UN)F ocus
      • It adds some mystery to the image
    • Give Your Subject Space to Look Into
    • Reflection & Shadow
    • Movement
      • Use movement to show action, even if it blurs out the subject entirely.
    • Get serious
      • Not all portraits need to have a smile, capture the serious emotions too
    • but not too serious….