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SanduneCC
06-21-2004, 22:41
I consider myself a portrait artist extraordinaire. It's a subject that's probably foreign and intimidating to a lot of photographers. Would you like me to start some threads discussing what makes a successful portrait and perhaps some samples and some critique if anyone is up for it?

hwyhobo
06-21-2004, 22:54
Originally posted by SanduneCC
I consider myself a portrait artist extraordinaire. It's a subject that's probably foreign and intimidating to a lot of photographers. Would you like me to start some threads discussing what makes a successful portrait and perhaps some samples and some critique if anyone is up for it? Tutorial with examples/illustrations would certainly be welcomed on any photo-related subject. I would love to read it.

hile
06-22-2004, 03:05
agreed. would be an interesting read.

glocka
06-22-2004, 10:34
;f I'd be interested also.I'm your student.Thanks..^3 ^3

CheesyD
06-27-2004, 18:55
I would be especially interested in B&W portraits... and B&W landscapes.

Spen84107
07-08-2004, 07:58
Are we talking environmental portraits or studio? I'd be interested discussing both. ;c

SanduneCC
07-08-2004, 09:30
I plan to use both in-studio and on-location examples to discuss the components of a successfull portrait.

Stay tuned. My scanner crapped out just as I'm formulating a lesson plan.

CheesyD
07-08-2004, 12:25
Your efforts are much appreciated!

Clyde in CO
07-09-2004, 09:39
that would be cool.

My first job was at a photo lab, we had a studio too.

Never got to be a photographer, tho~

Harrison
07-10-2004, 15:26
I, too, would be interested in learning more about portraiture. I did a little in my college days, but that was years ago.

Many thanks in advance.

c-mama
07-10-2004, 23:01
Count me in!