The genre of photography known as portraiture is a difficult one since it calls for a mix of technical skills, the ability to deal with a human subject, imaginative insight, and other skills. Check out this wonderful video instruction that covers a wide range of ideas and useful guidance that is guaranteed to help you create more captivating photographs, regardless of whether you are new to the genre or an established expert.
This fantastic video tutorial was created by Anita Sadowska specifically for your use, and it will provide you with a variety of pointers and suggestions for enhancing the portrait photographs you take. The way in which Sadowska incorporates water into her artwork struck me as extremely fascinating.
It is not a secret that water can make for a great backdrop or even be incorporated into your imagery to interact with your subject, but as Sadowska discusses, there is a lot more to consider than simply whether or not to include it in your photograph. Water can be a great backdrop or even be incorporated into your imagery to interact with your subject.
You need to take into consideration the fact that when your subject is in the water, some of their body will disappear, and then adjust your posing accordingly to avoid any looks where a limb is awkwardly cut off or something similar. Not only can the water change the lighting in the image (and produce some spectacular highlights when the conditions are just right), but it can also change the lighting in the image itself. You may get an in-depth explanation from Sadowska in the video that is located at top of this page.