“most successfully engage the subject with the viewer”

 

 

 

 Portrait:

…is an artistic representation of a person,

in which the face and its expression is predominant

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OR

you build and project an intention

to create a narrative layer overlaying the pictured content.

 

 Portraits can be snap shots…

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….unexpected reactions:

subjects taking control over the situation

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hiding…

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posing

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to display the likeness, personality, and even the mood of the person

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sometimes you hear them thinking

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laughing

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…acting

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…retreating

 

 

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…freezing

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Written portrait resumed in one captured moment

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The faces of gods

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…portraits of superheroes

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 portrait often gives deep insight,

and offers an analysis that goes far beyond

 

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 capturing… and more.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

One thought on ““most successfully engage the subject with the viewer”

  1. Hello, Frédéric! Great to discover your wonderful portraits!! Thank you for liking my “Colors of June” … and I look forward to seeing more of “Fake or Mistake.”

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