Art Principles In Portrait Photography

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hands very conventional and hence bad for pictorial purposes. To improve it we have but to move one of the hands.
After this explanation there can be no difficulty in understanding why Fig. 47 offers better oppor tunity for pictorial qualities than Fig. 32. Fig. 48 is
Fig. 47                                               Fig. 48
an improvement over Fig. 47, avoiding as it does every geometric tendency. Fig. 49 may be equally satisfactory if carefully worked out. It calls to mind some of the interesting problems from Rembrandt's brush.
From the standpoint of beauty, Figs. 24 and 28 demonstrate the successful placing of three spots form ing the head and hands, and Figures 26 and 30 show