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film-Portraits

  1. 1. Portraits
  2. 2. The HeadshotStudio Photographs
  3. 3. Full Length
  4. 4. Person in their Environment
  5. 5. Self Portrait
  6. 6. Nan Goldin
  7. 7. Richard Avedon
  8. 8. Andy Warhol
  9. 9. Documentary
  10. 10. Commercial
  11. 11. Fashion
  12. 12. Things to Consider
  13. 13. Backlighting
  14. 14. Culture
  15. 15. Proximity
  16. 16. The Serious Portrait
  17. 17. Movement
  18. 18. Exposure
  19. 19. Exposure
  20. 20. Pose
  21. 21. Props
  22. 22. Reflections
  23. 23. Shadows
  24. 24. Tell a Story
  25. 25. Texture
  26. 26. Sally Mann
  27. 27. Sally Mann
  28. 28. Sally Mann
  29. 29. Sally Mann
  30. 30. Julia Margaret Cameron
  31. 31. Julia Margaret Cameron
  32. 32. Julia Margaret Cameron
  33. 33. Philippe Halsman
  34. 34. Chuck Close
  35. 35. Portrait Lighting
  36. 36. One Light from Front
  37. 37. One Light from Side
  38. 38. One Light with Reflector
  39. 39. Two Lights-Face and Hair
  40. 40. Three Lights-Face, Hair, Background
  41. 41. Outdoor Lighting-Sun and Reflector
  42. 42. Outdoor Lighting-Backlight from sun and fill flash
  43. 43. Window LightHow dark it is inside andhow bright it is outsidedictates how extreme thelighting looks
  44. 44. Portraits and Distortion• A wide angle (short focal length) lens can create distortion if you get close too your model• Wide angle lenses can also make your model uncomfortable because you will be very close to them as you photograph• You have to decide whether this distortion is wanted or necessary

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