So what is the difference between headshots and portraits? While there is not a standard answer there are some guidelines. Portraits are more open ended and can tell more of your story whereas headshots are generally used for professional use and have stricter processing guidelines and less post production.
The flexibility of a portrait is it can be used for what ever reason in addition have more freedom for a creative presentation.
Portrait photography is a craft that is more than using a camera. Every photographer has thrown unique style. It is how they use their style and interact with their subjects that will play a role in how the final portrait look. For Chris, the craft is more about getting a l genuine expression, or look from a person. It is looking for angles, shapes and composition and then making people feel relaxed, comfortable and confident in from of the camera.
Chris brings a fun, relaxed and free flowing process to making portraits.
The beauty of portrait photography is there are no boundaries to creativity and telling story though portraits. I love bringing a different edge to portraits to tell a story or bring or to evoke thought. This is the artistry of portrait photography. The above is what I call a cinematic style portrait. This is about the creativity of using light and color to make portraits with a bit of attitude. If you are looking create a portrait that is sure to be a conversation piece give Chris a call.
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