17
May
10

Photo Challenge Diptych: Portrait


For this week’s photo challenge, you will take four amazing photographs and assemble them together to make two diptychs.

2 portrait photos
+2 photos that fits with that person
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4 images in two diptychs.

One side of your diptychs will be a portrait of someone.
The other side of your diptych will be a photo that fits with or describes that person.

A few hints at taking portraits: Use a solid, uninterrupted background. Butcher paper backgrounds, lights and studio lighting is highly encouraged. IF YOU SHOOT OUT IN THE HALLWAY, YOU WILL NOT HAVE ENOUGH LIGHT TO DO YOUR SUBJECT JUSTICE.

Outdoor lighting or studio lighting please. Be wary of cluttered backgrounds, the person should be the star of the show, not the background.

These two diptychs will be due posted onto flickr and into my drop box on or before May, 26th, 2010.

filename: period_firstname_lastname_portrait_diptych_1.jpg – this is your first choice.
filename: period_firstname_lastname_portrait_diptych_2.jpg – this is your second choice.

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