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Photography blogs with the tag 'portrait'

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  • Avatar : NikitaMorris

    Smile For The Camera

    At the sea caves again and it's a portrait, not the sea, taking centre stage this time. A rare photo of Tina (my wife and Nikita's mum) with the background thrown lovely out of focus. I did know how to do this with a camera years ago but with the G...

  • Avatar : JackAllTog

    Ivan Weiss portrait photography discussion

    Hi there, On ePhotozine the other day there was a free QA session offered by the popular portrait photographer Ivan Weiss. His work has a very rich polished feel and I really wanted to understand how he did this, luckily he was a brilliant presenter...

  • Avatar : madadpoor

    Self-Fragmentation, Fine Art Photography Project

    “Self-Fragmentation”, Fine Art Photography Project reflects my interpretation of images which I have taken for “Artistic Anatomy” course, in Florence Fine Arts Academy. The course offers a reading of the human body by emphasizing what manifests throu...

    • Posted by : madadpoor
    •  24 Sep 2015 11:28AM
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  • Avatar : conrad

    Portrait Textures

    I haven't had time to write more about my photo model holiday in Bulgaria up to now, but it's time to tell you a little more. I'm jumping over a few days and going to the end of the shooting days, the last day, Friday. We went to what turned out to b...

    • Posted by : conrad
    •  28 May 2015 12:48PM
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  • Avatar : ZoeKemp

    Moto and Benson portraits

    My babies smiling as usual Moto in Bluebells Benson's seat Moto water baby Beautiful Benson Moto always smile Benson portrait Now for the fun portraits. Benson cooling off in shaded tent. Ou...

    • Posted by : ZoeKemp
    •  17 May 2014 4:38PM
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  • Avatar : John_Muriel

    normal lens for a dx format camera

    What is the Normal/standard Lens for digital dx format camera? portrait lens length, wide angle and a telephoto lens? I need to find the standard lenses for my nikon d7000 dx format for a dof/lens exercise I would greatly appreciate it

  • Avatar : AngelaSeager

    The Lone Ranger

    An equestrian from Yorkshire visiting Manchester to take part in the St George Festival, drinking in the beer tent....

  • Avatar : KevinGoodchild

    Portrait 52 P1

    last year was a 365 year, this year it's portraits, first up a self.... two Nikon SB800's one, camera left with Westcot umbrella the second, snooted and gelled against the back wall Nikon d300s + 24-70 lens

  • Avatar : pablophotographer

    Synchronous approach

    Hello again folks. If you prepare for a female portrait shooting, make sure that the stylist, the make up artist and the coiffure artist work in harmony and deliver clothes, make-uo and hairstyles of the given period you want to recreate or your mod...

  • Avatar : pablophotographer

    If you make up for a photo, apply make up all over

    The flesh which is visible! Hello dear friends. I am back, battling a long illness affecting the optic nerve, and my vision. My current topic was inspired by this picture where you see a colour differentiation on face and bust and from cheek to ch...

  • Avatar : drfireball

    Going Pro.....

    Lots of talk on line about what "professional" means. To some it means "high quality" to others it refers to someone who relies on photography for their living. Often times these two definitions do not run hand in hand. Market forces I hear you cry! ...

    • Posted by : drfireball
    •  9 May 2012 6:56PM
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  • Avatar : pablophotographer

    "What format should I use?"

    I'd recommend you try them all, especially if you shoot still pictures. There is of course a reason we call vertical pictures "portrait" pictures and the horizontal ones "landscape" but if you have a digital camera play around. I have seen portrait ...

  • Avatar : discreetphoton

    Day 196: Playing fetch

    We’ll start of with a couple of cute attention-grabbers. Whilst I’ve been conscious of wanting to get some good photos again, I’ve tried to get a bit of downtime in this week. The weather’s not been fantastic, so I’ve had a great excuse to play wi...

  • Avatar : discreetphoton

    Day 148: “Let me out”

    My tabby in one of his more pathetic moments. Poor guy just wanted to escape the traumatic rigmarole of our other cat. Nikon D300; Tamron 18-270mm PZD @ 100mm; ISO 200; F/8; 1/250s. VC off.

  • Avatar : discreetphoton

    Day 128: Softness

    I've been trying to get my fiancee to sit for me for a while. I got home from work today to find that she had dressed herself up, put make-up on, and planned a lovely home-cooked meal to mark the end of the year. After that, she suggested lettin...