Category Archives: Portraits

There are times when an item gradually going out of focus is desirable in photography.  It’s long been customary in portraiture for the eyes to be as sharp as possible due to their importance, but allowing sharpness to diminish towards the ears, hair and beyond. Often, the tip of the nose will also be less…

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Portraits As the father of grown children, all of whom live on the eastern seaboard, it is wonderful to be able to simply glance up and catch a glimpse of them from the portraits hanging in my home. This is how I came to understand that Fine Portraiture is an investment, firsthand as the children…

When we visit any museum that has even a modest collection of paintings, we expect to see fine portraits of families or family members that used to hang in beautiful homes as testament to the love and affection they had for each other.  Over the years, those became the treasured heirlooms and remembrances of the…

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Regular readers of this blog may recall a posting titled “The Model and the GI” http://behmphoto.com/the-model-and-the-g-i/  as well as their wedding photos. Now model Kelin and her husband Jon have an addition to their family,  a little lady who may very well carry on Momma’s modeling career, perhaps starting as soon as a five or…

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Headshot, head shot, head-shot….we use the terms interchangeably, but essentially, they mean one thing to you if you’re in the market for a business portrait:  A realistic, attractive representation of you for the benefit of your clients.  How does a headshot benefit your clients?  Done right, there’s a sparkle of your personality, a sense of…

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