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Home > Our Content > Most Recent Content > Workshop Spotlight - Street Portraiture Workshop - Elements of a Powerful Portrait

Workshop Spotlight - Street Portraiture Workshop - Elements of a Powerful Portrait


"Erin from Connecticut" by Craig Tanner

Posted: April 11th, 2011 @ 12:01am


In this first episode of The Workshop Spotlight Craig looks at portraits that were created on the 2011 Street Portraiture Workshop and discusses the following:
 
- the basic lighting starting point for impromptu Street Portraits
 
- the potential advantages of a camera position which is at least slightly higher than eye level
 
- the implication of color as an element of design in potrtaiture
 
- the potential advantages of creating portraits working in black and white
 
- the importance of repetition with variation
 
- important elements of story
 
- Metadata - Canon 5 D Mark II , f1.2 50mm lens, ISO 1600, f2.0 1/1600th sec 
 





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