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  • We are offering portraits with a difference-marshall photography. our sessions to suit your own style, or casual or as mad and exciting as you would like wedding-portraits-with-style, you can choose and location that you desire,please ask about our New Portrait package
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  • .portraits have been used to show off  the power, importance, virtue, beauty,  taste, learning or other qualities.keywordeyword
  • photographers sometimes include depictions of themselves in larger group portraits; this may be a self-portrait  in another type of composition.
  • lighting portraits

  • Three-point lighting[edit]

    One of the most basic lighting plans is called a three-point lighting. This plan uses three (and sometimes four) lights to fully model (bring out details and the three-dimensionality of) the subject’s features. The three main lights used in this light plans.

  • key light

    A key light that is also called a main light, or a key light is usually placed to one side of the subject’s face, between 30 and 60 degrees off center and a bit higher than eye level. The purpose of the Key-Light is to give shape (modelling) to a subjectwhich is  typically a face. This relies on the first meaning  of lighting, white comes out of a plane and black goes back into a plane. The depth of shadow which is made by the Main-Light that can be controlled with a Fill-Light.

  • high light

    This is a technique used to help a portrait where the main color is white or light-yellow. The background should be white with several lights that can be used, all at the same time.

  • Low-Key

    Opposed to High-Key portraits, this skill is used only to highlight a specific part of the subject’s face, often half of the face if only one light source is used or just the facial contour if two lights are used.portraits with a difference marshall photography

  • Fill-in light

    In modern photography the fill-in light is used to control the contrast in the scene, it is nearly always placed above the lens axis which is a large light source, think of the sky behind your head when taking a photograph.  The amount of light that is less than the key-light (main-light), that fills and  acts by lifting the shadows only particularly relevant in digital photography where the noise lives in the shadows. A 2 second Stop reduction in intensity for the Fill-Light would be a typical start point to maintain dimensionality (modelling) in a portrait (head and shoulder) shot.portraits with a difference marshall photography