Im my research for the portraiture project I found many interesting and fun ways to photograph. For a self-portrait, I want to approach a portrait where I can express who I am, a fun interesting person without really doing a formal face portrait. In cooperating a shadow or covering the face for example. For the on-location portrait I would like to explore those around me who I believe work very hard and are dedicated to their passions, potential candidates could be my sister who is constantly in a kitchen baking or classmates of mine who spend their days and nights in studio. In the formal portrait, I want to show a simple neutral background that closely resembles my subject. For the creative portrait I would like to show a different side to my subject by allowing them to go outside the box and open up to trying things they wouldn’t normally do or which other wouldn’t see them doing.
The best quality in my photos came from Claremont Photos.
The Best match was also from Claremont Photo.
Due to the price, I plan to continue to print with Costco. I will just have to adjust my photos to match to their printer settings. Toning down the contrast and shadow will be one of the steps I take to accomplish this, as well as the exposure to make sure the image does not print so dark.