Which is serendipitous. On my recent travels, a friend told me I don’t take enough pictures of people. So I tried. And now, in the wake of Charukesi’s post, I have questions.
Is it portrait photography if it’s not just the face?
Or if the face is incidental to the context?
What if the person is too far away to see the face?
Or not looking at the camera?
Turned away from the camera, even?
How about a portrait without faces?
I suppose the basic question is whether the subject is more important than the story.
Your views, please (pun intended).
With THIS one below, there’s no confusion. I’m rather proud of it