Of cos i know who is u know who. Got the impression that Uncle Larry also knows.Originally posted by Poledra
Okay, you're going way off here.
You-know-who is.. Well... Him....... in church.
eh, for my attempts in doing feeble portraits with my then-coursemates, for those who know i will shoot them, they know to behave as if i'm not there so that i can shootOriginally posted by Cool_VIR
I've always ask my gf to pose for me but she she keep telling she doesn't know how to...?
I don't believe anybody from church is reading this. Even if they are, they don't know who I am.Originally posted by lavenderlilz
Of cos i know who is u know who. Got the impression that Uncle Larry also knows.
Eh u sure none of ur church mates r reading this?
:devil: Don't be too sure my friend....Originally posted by sehsuan
eh, for my attempts in doing feeble portraits with my then-coursemates, for those who know i will shoot them, they know to behave as if i'm not there so that i can shoot
to me, "posed portraits" aren't natural anymore - though it can allow one to create moods to the picture.
Then the key here is to try... go flip through mags.. try the standard cheesy poses.. head and shoulders, make them smile in a cheesy manner even.. anything to make them feel comfortable...Originally posted by sehsuan
i mean, in my not-so-successful attempts la. i also totally at a daze when a model asks me how i want him/her to pose for me... sheer lack of idea/experience
meng kuang said:hi new here!have anyone try child portraiture?
I can't say that I'm very experienced in portraiture, but the hardest to photograph is not an ugly person. Someone with a very ugly face (very subjective) still draws the viewer to the picture. The hardest to make a good portrait of, IMHO, is a plain-Jane or plain-Joe. Average looking, with no discerning or interesting feaures. And it is not easy to find such a person, if you look hardcole said:so if you really are serious about improving your portraiture, pick an ugly model