Discussion in 'People Photography' started by Sam6644, Mar 15, 2010.
Number 4 and 5 are the ones that draw my attention.
The lighting and the expression in 4 are really nice.
Too bad that hideous shirt totally ruins shot 5..... GO WOLVERINES!!! :thumbup:
#4 takes the cake!
for environmental portraits, there's not alot of environment in them. Except for 3, we have no idea what context the subjects are in aside from "not in a studio".
typically 'environmental portraits' are shot with a wide angle lens so there's context to the environment:
Don't know about wide-angle, but visual context certainly matters in an environmental portrait.
I like number 4, the rest aren't hitting the mark. The first two are exposed in a way that makes the child look googly-eyed. Number three is too busy around the head yet still feels a little too tightly cropped, and number 5 is a good picture of a handsome guy, but it doesn't really count as a portrait.
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