Classic Outdoor Color Portraits: A Guide for Photographers; It's Your Turn to Make a Portrait

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Sunstone Press, Dec 1, 2000 - Photography - 176 pages
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"It's your turn to make a photograph," states the author on the cover of this detailed handbook destined to become a classic instruction manual on portrait photography. And she shows the reader how by going through the basics of this photographic artform step by step in easy-to-follow instructions that will appeal to all levels of experience.

For beginners, a working knowledge of the camera is not even necessary; and for professionals there is more than enough to challenge them to exceed their own present excellence. It has taken the author years of working in the portrait profession to focus and collect her approach to color portraiture and she presents her ideas in a way that will inspire even those who are not photographers. The book is designed far any artist working in any medium. All they have to have is an interest in the human subject.

The book covers such wide-ranging subjects as a perspective on the history of the medium, composition, lighting, posing techniques, the portraitist's "eye," hints at how to enrich one's self as a result of exploring the art of portraiture, and much more. "Classic Outdoor Color Portraits" is a vital text for photography schools and workshops, continuing education classes, artist schools and workshops, colleges, amateurs, and professionals in all regions and settings.

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About the author (2000)

Reily worked for almost twenty years as a classic outdoor color portraitist, making portraits of individuals and families who live primarily in Deep East Texas. She has taught portrait workshops at Angelina College in Lufkin, Texas and has had a one-woman show of her portraits there. Her advance studies include an invitational workshop with Ansel Adams. She graduated from Southern Methodist University.

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