Thursday, April 7, 2011

Mitchell's Senior Portrait ... Enid, OK photography

Middle ground...

These are the 3 things that add dimension to a "professional" portrait.
As you can see here, we placed the heads of his golf clubs closer (the foreground) and chose to knock them a little out of focus to place the emphasis on him (middle ground). A portrait should always have the emphasis on the subject, not props or any other distractions. And finally, a simple understated background makes him "pop" out of the background.
None of this accidently happened, it all was planed, and executed precisely.

Thanks to Mitchell, his mom and step dad for an opportunity to carry our "art" to a 2nd generation!

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