I am about to do something that breaks all the rules, something that is a big 'no-no' in professional businesses, but, as I strip out the studio and remove the samples from the wall to reveal the plain white blocks, it feels like it is ripping the heart out of me and so, just for me, I am going to have a public 'rant'.
There are many wonderful things about being a photographer, and of course some things that are not so good, as in any profession.
One of the things I enjoy the most is the variety of people I meet. It is often the case that the person that comes to have their photograph taken is very different outside of the studio. This is a short story about one such person.
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High Key versus Low Key portraiture
When first sitting down with a portrait client, the first thing is to find out what they like or do not like. The first thing I ask is whether they like low key (dark background) or high key (light background) images.