I have been studying more about portrait photography lately. Learning about posing your subject, studying the light and field of view.

There are certain rules. Don't cut off hands and feet. Letting limps leave and reenter the frame. Etc. I then browse through photo sets on here and chuckle at the many rule infractions.

The great thing about photography is it is always open...
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nebula:
I like to think of those rules as more...guidelines. A lot of my favorite shots aren't necessarily "correct." Pushing boundaries with composition can get you some really fantastic shots though (and also a lot of weird ones you'll delete forever haha)

Did a shoot at the Inner Harbor in Baltimore with the beautiful and talented Kayla Marie and Mandi Ree. Had a blast. The view from the suite was amazing.

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My list of SG's and Hopefuls I'd like to someday work with keeps growing. Even though the likelihood of ever working with any of them will never exist.

It is difficult to sell yourself as a legit photog, and not just some 'creepy guy with camera'.

I just need to find a better way to market myself.

Rant over. (Steps down from soapbox)

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This was my very first studio shoot. I was extemely nervous, but Millie made it feel easy and fun. She was amazing to work with.

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diamant:
Wow! She pulls off some amazing poses! Great work guys :)
boomboom0520:
Thanks @diamant.  Can't take any credit.  That was ALL her.  I was just the monkey pushing the button.  Lol.
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Got the pleasure to work with the beautiful and talented Millie Mie in my first fine art workshop.

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diamant:
A great model always helps!
boomboom0520:
@diamant I do have more photos of Millie.  Just have to tweek the edits and then decide if I want to post them.