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Another way to expose your portraits

Visiting Design * Sponge I have seen this other way of exposing the portraits of our loved ones. It's about choosing a photo that highlights the profile, to be able to trim it and make the figure.

Here we have Two examples from which many combinations can be made.

In the first case the silhouette has been traced in a small piece of plywood which has been dyed and placed in turn on a sheet of the same unpainted material. The work is finished off with a framework of wood in a chord tone.

The second option, perhaps easier to carry out, is done with two papers in contrast, placing the black profile on a striking patterned background. The possibilities are as many as if our imagination. In addition to wood and paper, we can use cork, plastic, rubber, cloth, etc ...

A good idea would be to dedicate a space to show a collection of different silhouettes of the same family, coordinated with each other.

Video: Master Natural Backlight to Improve your Portrait Photography (January 2020).

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