A portrait is not made in the camera but on either side of it

in portraitphotography •  5 months ago

To me, photography is an art of observation.. It's basically a picture we click to make an imagination a reality.. It’s always been about finding something interesting in an ordinary place.. I’ve also found that it is related with how you look at things or people.. 

Again trying some experiments using my sister as a model..

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😍 she looks awesome 🤩😍


Nice photos, and great post. I agree wholeheartedly with your statement.

I wish more people would read your post, and take it to heart. Many times, we get photos where the clicker saw something, went "click" with his camera, and posted the result. With no attempt at proper composition of lighting, and with no consideration whatsoever re view or view point.

Keep up the good work.


true.. Hopefully the do work on composition.. Thank u..