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A photograph of a person or persons that may range from a head study to full body length - includes candid photographs and formal portraits.

A photograph of a person or persons that may range from a head study to full body length. This section includes candid photographs and formal portraits. Street photography images are permitted but should not be a violation to an individual’s privacy. Portraits of animals are allowed.

Portrait images should have been taken if subject agreeable. A ‘model release’ should be gained if image is taken in a studio setting under controlled lighting conditions, backdrops and poses – in a public or private setting. If you are photographing children under the age of 18 years, it would be advisable to get a parents permission.

All in-camera, on-camera and post-processing techniques can be used. This includes combining multiple images and elements in a final image.

Some helpful hints to look at in portrait photography

  • Pick The Perfect Background For Your Subject. ...
  • Prepare Your Portrait Subject For The Shoot. ...
  • Pose Your Portrait Subject Like A Pro. ...
  • Ensure Your Subject Is Well Lit. ...
  • Use A Flattering Focal Length. ...
  • Blur The Background Using Aperture Priority Mode. ...
  • Expose For The Subject's Face. ...
  • Focus On The Eyes.

https://digital-photography-school.com/tips-portrait-photography/

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