Potrait Photography Made Easy [NOOK Book]

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People love to take portraits. A portrait is a captured likeness of the subject, in this case a person, especially their face. Portrait photography however has deeper a connotation than that, being understood as a superior quality image, capturing the individual's physical likeness, their character on a digital or film camera's sensor.

It is also understood that portrait photography produces pleasing and attractive results to the person being...
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Potrait Photography Made Easy

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Overview

People love to take portraits. A portrait is a captured likeness of the subject, in this case a person, especially their face. Portrait photography however has deeper a connotation than that, being understood as a superior quality image, capturing the individual's physical likeness, their character on a digital or film camera's sensor.

It is also understood that portrait photography produces pleasing and attractive results to the person being the subject. Character revelation is the focus of portrait photography. At least one element of the subject must be shown in the photo.

Elements may include the subject's attitude, personality, unique mannerisms, and any other traits or features that shape the very unique nature of the person. The portrait photograph tells the viewer something that suggests of the subject's individuality.

It is often times that a viewer expresses agreeableness that the photographer really captured the subject's likeness, in which may be referred to as their exact physical likeness. However, what one is consciously saying about them is that the photo reveals something that is very identifiable of the character of the subject.

Portrait photography therefore is not mere capturing of the image likeness, but arresting the true character deeply formed in the subject; a task that can be challenging as photographers as they may never have known the subject before. So, how do you capture these character traits? Each individual has unique characteristics, traits, attitudes, and features.

However, not all people are the same when it comes to expressing them. There are just some who can easily convey their individual character or trait with immediate transparency. Others, on the other hand, have difficulty in doing the same. For the portrait photographer, it would be easier to deal with the former type.

But for the latter, it will take more work and proficiency to study the true essence of the subject otherwise it can be hard transporting this essence into the portrait.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015024647
  • Publisher: M&M Pubs
  • Publication date: 7/28/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 125 KB

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