Portraiture: Styling in Post Production

It is quite fascinating to watch how the spirit of the portrait changes depending on the style...
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Portraiture: What makes a good Portrait?

What makes a good portrait? I do have specific ideas of what a good portrait may consist of, but I am often amazed at the portraits I come across that do not abide by any of these “rules.” Many of these images are truly spectacular. And it further reminds me that good art is made up of many things, and this question can almost never really be answered, at least not with any certainty. A good...
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Portraiture: Mother & Daughter

I met Cheryl and her daughter Keela at Jude’s Surprise Baby Shower yesterday. Couldn’t resist taking their portrait together to capture their very special relationship.
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Stylized Portraiture: Retro

Had a great collaborative studio session with three young ladies improvising on creating series of portraits in retro style. See more photography from this session in my post Three Girls and Their First Studio...
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Three Girls and Their First Studio Experience…

Loved working with my girls today. They are the best friends since they remember themselves – elementary school, high school,...
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Actors headshots

In this episode, students in our Digital Photography program work together with our Acting students creating their professional head shots. The workshop was led by the husband-wife team of Ross den Otter and Sarolta Dobi from Pink Monkey Studios. And here is the final portrait of charming Tori...
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"Small Strobes – Big Ideas" with Joe McNally

I finally got a good excuse to start my photography blog. Yesterday, i had my first exhibition ever at Photohausgallery. I got the whole wall for my work to be displayed there since 7 photographs made it through the admission competition. Thanks to Mark Koegel from Vancouver Photo Workshops who organized that event, printed and framed my photographs and hosted Joe McNally’s visit to...
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