Portraiture photography is generally considered to be about photographing people and, more specifically, associated with shots of the face. However, we would like you to consider portraiture as a means of capturing a subject's identity.
Essentially, a good portrait is about both the photographer and model with the portrait photo being a product of both parties coming together - a form of collaboration.
You will find a number of important photographers in the slideshow that link in with this genre, but also themes below that might be useful to respond to.
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