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Innovative Portrait Photographers
by Fran Black
http://www.future-photo.com

Ever since photography was invented, there have been famous
names associated with it. Ansel Adams, Alfred Eisenstaedt,
Dorothea Lang are just a few of those who have changed how
we look at the world and at photography. What about famous
photographers today, those who are currently changing the
way the world looks at photography, especially at portrait
photography.

One of the all time great portrait photographers was Don
Blair. He was known as a master in the field of portrait
photography where he used lighting and composition to
create timeless images. His interest in photography came
when he was in sixth grade, when he went to work for a
photography studio carrying equipment and helping in the
lab. He learned all he could from the owner of the studio
and eventually took it over and named it Don Blair Photo
Studio. He was an advocate of continued learning and
growth. He was known for his kindness to amateur and
professional alike, and was willing to share what he knew
with everyone, if they had the desire to learn. He was a
mentor to many contemporary photographers.

One couple that he mentored is Joseph and Louise Simone out
of Quebec, Canada. They learned the skills of seeing light
and paying attention to composition and use this to not
just take pictures, but create art with their photography.
They met while working at Don Blair\\\'s photo studio in the
70\\\'s. The experience they had at his studio and the things
they learned set them on their photographic path and they
are still creating beautiful photography today. They are
unique in their photography in that Louise \\\"paints\\\" their
portraits after they have been photographed. She uses both
Corel Painter and Photoshop tools to do her painting
digitally, creating timeless, lasting portraiture.

Anne Geddes is another photographer who has chosen a
different subject and path for her art, with a very
successful outcome. It wasn\\\'t until age 25 that she really
started into photography. She had always loved looking at
images and when she finally started capturing them, the
results were spectacular. She specializes in infant and
childhood photography and keeps the prints simple and
clean. She often times uses props or adds in props
digitally after the shoot. Her style is innovative in that
she is the first to pose infants in such simplistic, unique
poses. As a mother herself she knows and understands
children and her photography reflects this. Each of Anne
Geddes photos capture more than just a stunning image, it
is difficult to look at Anne Geddes photos and not feel an
emotional connection to the image.

Capturing portrait photographs of individuals is more than
just capturing an image, it is about capturing facets of
the subject\\\'s character and those subtleties that make
them
a unique individual. Great portrait photographs speak
volumes about the person. Great portrait photographers
capture not just the likeness of the individual, but also
preserves the person\\\'s personality.

Portrait photographs are cherished because they capture and
preserve an individual at a specific point in their life.





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