~ You don’t take a photograph, you make it – Ansel Adams ~
Creative portrait photography comes in many forms. From a simple touch of color grading for a more cinematic look to elaborate post-work creating a contemporary piece of conceptual art. Sometimes the creative aspect comes from the subject itself, and no intensive post-work is needed at all. The art of portraits is very popular in the current generation of social media surfers.
Photos can be elevated from a flat snapshot to a work of art and everything in between, by simply playing with colors and textures to spice up that otherwise plain and static form. Also composition techniques, portrait lighting setups, and other photography genres such as abstract, shadow, candid, glamor, etc. can be much of a help to make the photographs more creative.
Use your best imaginations and take your creativity to new heights…
Tick tock! Tick tock! What is ticking away is not the clock! What is ticking away is your opportunity to unleash the inner artist within yourself. Hurry up! Seize the moment! Because some opportunities never come twice.
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