What are your favorite things to go for in portrait photography? 👩🏻 @pochipop
A little back story from me, I'm still learning new things to photography everyday, even if it's with landscape and Urban city shooting. I started photography seriously in 2016 December and mainly for landscape. By the time 2018 January came, I switched gears and wanted to focus more on portrait photography because in 2017, I wanted to incorporate people into my pictures more on @brotherkehn.
Knowing the person I am, I like to make things look aesthetic, aging film like texture and tones related to old school cameras, but with a touch of what only appeals to me. When I do portraits, I mainly love the experience of meeting the person and having an already established goal to create something together. I love the genuine feel of communicating to understand that person's goal. I'm normally shy, but when the spotlight is on me, then I know for sure I'm creating my world and my imagination when capturing pics of people. I do have a preference in who and what I shoot for my work, you will notice and understand because I am one person who wants to capture this work. At the end of this post when sliding all the way to the end, you'll see the RAW unedited pic. It's one of the few things that challenges other Photographers who thinks low light is hard to work with, to me... It comes from how you will think on how to manipulate the whole aspect of art; the person, the texture, where to focus the shot, what to crop and etc. Ok, that's enough of me just wanting to share a bit of me and I hope you love my work because I'm still learning.