Make your airbrush art more interesting by deriving from a dramatised photo
1. Adjusting Eye Contact:
professional portrait artists know that one way to add drama to their photo is by directing their subject(s) to look in a different direction. Stray away from the ordinary by directing the eyes away from staring directly into the camera. The eyes can look up, down, or sideways.
Perspective doesn’t have to be straight in front of the person you are shooting. Amazing results have been achieved by simply having the photo taken from a different angle. Grab a ladder and take the same shot from above; or why not get down on the ground and shoot the image looking – either one of these shots would have a much stronger impact than one that’s head on.
3.Playing With Lighting:
see what happens when the light is changed. This is one of the simplest ways to add variance to an artwork that derives from a photo. Backlight, side-lighting, and silhouetting are all ways light can be used to create dramatic differences to the appearance of your portrait photos.
Now, it is possible to create images that are true attention grabbers. Yes, you can break the rules and create images which are sure to make you one of the most satisfied portrait art owners around.
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