So, this weekend you should be photographing “expressive portraits.” I’ve showed you a lot of examples, both from professional photographers, as well as from previous students. Remember the following suggestions/requirements:
- No photographing children or pets! Only photograph students as old as you are, or people older. Extra credit will be given for any subject over the age of 65!
- Remember the lessons from the first assignment: Lighting and composition make or break your photograph! Also, be careful as to the use of your background!
- You should photograph (easily) 100 or more shots. You can photograph more than one model, but I think you should photograph a minimum of 50 shots per model.
- Here is the assignment sheet: Expressive Portrait Assignment (PDF)
Here are a few examples from students in the past: