Art Principles In Portrait Photography

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LIGHT AND SHADE
ter of lines A and B. Their lengths have been unequally broken. B has been over-cut by leaf forms to modify its strength. These lines, A and B, the leaves, the dark spaces on either side, all act as a foil to the face, giving Fig. 123 the self-contained look so absent in
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Fig. 120, where the expression is self-conscious. The factors enumerated also direct our gaze to the eyes in the picture and it rests there, the expression gaining in soulfulness.
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