Critique 010 – Business Portraits, Seniors And Musicians

Four more images. A couple of corporate portraits, a seniors image (something we don’t really have in the UK) and a musician portrait. Lots to enjoy in this episode! If you would like your images critiqued, please use the Image Critique menu option above to submit a file (or more than one of you wish). JOIN NOW to view this …

Image Critique 017

Four more portraits – all people this episode (no dogs for all you canine portrait fanatics!) As always, some lovely work in here. I also go through the criteria by which images are judged in photographic competitions using the SWPP standard criteria (I think the WPPI criteria are almost identical.) They can be found here if you’re curious. JOIN NOW …

Image Critique 019

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Flattering Feminine Portraits

Here’s how to combine one woman, one feminine pose and one close crop for a quick and easy, high-impact portrait – with absolutely no lighting kit at all. Emphasising Femininity Posing Cropping Rule of Thirds Sometimes the best portraits are the simplest. There’s no lighting kit here: just natural light and beautiful shadows that emphasise Liv’s great cheekbones. A tight …

Four Ways To Crop A Portrait

To crop, or not to crop? For all portraits other than full-length ones, you have to decide whereabouts on your subject’s body to place the edge of the frame. There are a few places where cropping is fine, and a few you should always avoid. The nice thing about working on location is that, more often than not, you can …