Tuesday, April 26, 2011
Meade ... Enid & Okeene Photography
The first was his oldest sister (which was taken as a display portrait for an Enid business) and then his younger sister came in three months latter.
All three of the portraits were done to compliment each other.
With all the variables that we have available, we keep notes on every session. When we began the studio in 1975, we thought that we could remember how we photographed each sitting by looking at the first portrait ... wrong!
The notes include a lighting diagram with the corresponding camera settings, and a small portrait.
And while it is impossible to match a portrait, it is possible to come close and compliment.
I can't wait to see how the three portraits look on mom and dad's wall!