Tag Archives: Portraits

The 3 types of portraits you need to take and how to take them

I love a simple beautiful portrait. An uncomplicated frame where the subject’s gaze draws you in. Most likely one of the first images you may have ever taken was a portrait. The dictionary states, “portraiture is photography of a person … Continue reading

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Celebrity Portraits Juxtapose Their Public Personas with Their Private Ones

Ok, so I’m not normally a guy to gush over either celebrities or photo series. I’ve been waist-deep in the photo world for so long, very rarely does anything “strike” me anymore. But every once in a while, a photo or … Continue reading

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No open fields? 8 reasons to love a city setting for portraits

Nature, grass stains and muddy faces are synonymous with childhood. But what if you don’t live in suburbia? Maybe a concrete jungle surrounds you instead. Living in a metropolitan city has a unique set of obstacles when it comes to … Continue reading

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7 things to consider before taking self portraits

When I got the idea to start a self portrait project, I admit that my initial feelings consisted of dread, fear, and panic. I think most women feel that way about getting in the frame! If you want me to … Continue reading

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The Queen's 90th birthday marks release of 3 poignant portraits

The Queen's 90th birthday marks release of 3 poignant portraits The group portrait is one of three released today, the other two being of the Queen and her beloved dogs, and a rare and surprisingly warm shot of the Queen … Continue reading

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