Art Principles In Portrait Photography

How to Apply the Highest Classic Artistic Principles to your Photography.

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STABILITY
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when the photographer tries to obtain beauty by utiliz ing a sculpturesque attitude, tries to convey the sense of reality by attempting to make the figure free from all influences such as background and frame, tries to make it "stand out" as in Fig. 50, he fails in his effort toward art.
The geometric lines bounding a representation and forming its frame are the "staying" factors of the pic ture. Any figure within their limit will have stability
when its lines and the lines of the background are so
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