Portraits: cropping.




Shooting a portrait does not necessarily mean filling up our space with the subject’s face. Shooting a portrait means telling a story (providing as much information as possible) about the person in front of the lens. So, we can crop at the knees to focus on what the hands are telling us or take in the entire figure to focus on the clothing and even the shoes. Try it to believe it.



Vincenzo Cammarata








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