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Indy Photo Coach 3:27am, 21 April 2010
So proud

The basic goal of candid portraiture is to capture the extraordinary in every day life. This type of photography often tends to be part journalism and part abstract art.

Candid portraits document moment but often say something that goes well beyond that actual moment For example, in the sample image above, the moment is what appears to be a day at the park. The secondary impact may evoke feelings in the viewer of parenthood, father-son bonds, cycle of life, etc...

Assignment:

1. Take a candid portrait of another person.
2. Try to capture them in a natural unposed situation that speaks to their uniqueness.

*Pictures submitted by Tuesday April 27th may be featured in our weekly newsletter!

Written by Trevor Warren

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{Elisabeth} 8 years ago
I love to capture people in the moment!

29 B&W - Copy by {Elisabeth}


47 - Copy by {Elisabeth}
Serge Melki PRO 8 years ago
A moment of tenderness
Stewart Imagery 8 years ago
On a hayride
Fotos by Rachel 8 years ago
Looks like it was posed but it wasn't at all!
DSC06368 (Large) by Fotos by Rachel
GillianSpring Posted 8 years ago. Edited by GillianSpring (member) 8 years ago


JessicaRVaughnPhotography Posted 8 years ago. Edited by JessicaRVaughnPhotography (member) 8 years ago
Candids are my favorite.
Miss M by JessicaRVaughnPhotography


miss m & her momma by JessicaRVaughnPhotography


Day at the park by JessicaRVaughnPhotography
KHaus 86 8 years ago
Candids are my favorite!

 by KHaus 86

 by KHaus 86
Fotos by Rachel 8 years ago
Sisters-In-Law by Fotos by Rachel
Jo pixel 8 years ago
girls by Jo pixel

sisters
Jo pixel 8 years ago
254-1 by Jo pixel

Jazz in NOLA
Jo pixel 8 years ago
539-1 by Jo pixel

sisters 2
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Trevor Warren Posted 8 years ago. Edited by Trevor Warren (admin) 8 years ago
photo_salinas 8 years ago
DSC_2235
photo_salinas 8 years ago
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