Portrait: Read and write

  • A good portrait is an image of a person that manages to tell a story.
  • A good portrait tells us something about the person in the image, and composition is a key element that helps us create a storytelling portrait.
  •  To identify visual storytelling potential and decide how much time you’re willing to wait until the story materializes.
  • Make the background much more dominant compared to the previous image.
  • To use negative exposure compensation and thus create a silhouette was to not compete with red color in the background and give it a sense of harmony.
  • Sometimes by over-thinking, the subject might lose patience.
  • Make it the dominant factor of your composition.
  • Framing can be radical mainly up to you
  •  Compare the very low key, dim lighting with negative exposure compensation
  •  To evoke peace and harmony
  • Decided on a high angle in order to capture like a mountain
  • The composition to add balance to the entire frame.
  • make using natural light only with explanations of the thinking process and goals in terms of composition.
  • Choosing how much background to include
  • Leave space


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