As promised, I would like to share with you part two of yesterday’s post on how to put together a conceptual portrait. I wanted to show you a conceptual portrait that was much simpler to put together, in order to show you they don’t have to be elaborate, post-production works. This image is one of my most requested prints and it was FAR simpler to execute than any image I’ve done to date. As with yesterday’s post, I put this walk through on my Facebook business page, to make it simpler to see the image progression. I hope you find this helpful and again – ask questions. That is how you learn. I will do my best to answer any questions posted here or on Facebook!
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