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Capturing Personality in Portraiture

i was browsing along ... in the net to find a topic on photography and personality as one and i stumble upon on this site capturing personality in portraiture ... to all the newbies out there..i hope this site helps you in taking portraiture....

this is the link : http://digital-photography-school.com/blog/capturing-personality-in-portraiture/

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Comment by Patty Stutes on June 2, 2009 at 8:56pm
Good read. I have been doing this with a personl I went to high school with. We have been conversing back and forth for 2 weeks now. It's a materinty shoot so I have been drilling her with questions about her life: jobs, hobbies, sexual dementer, favorite colors does your husband hunt, he's a fireman, she' s an insurance sales but also a aeorobics intructor. I have got enough stuff compiled for this shoot ...that i may get paid for it...LOL thanks for help have a good day.
Comment by Rick Neff on June 7, 2008 at 6:57pm
No, Oboy, I'm interested and checked out the article. I try to differentiate the key difference between a portrait and a snapshot. The snapshop documents something, someone, or an event. When a portrait will deliver an idea of what the subject is about to a total stranger. The two approaches have their place in our lives and while most photog's shoot snapshots and call them portraits, their images relate no more information than to document. Of course there is an exception to every rule but isn't it true that an observer can feel a portrait but a snapshot is soon forgotten. Just an opinion. Good subjective question. Be patient with replies, alot of us scratch our heads before we write.
Comment by Oboy on June 7, 2008 at 5:45pm
thank you for checking it out francois but i guess we're the only people seems interested on it... hehehe...maybe you could introduce this to the beginners group....just to give them hint how portraiture is supposed to be.

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