How do you make portraits that have impact?
1) the action of one object coming forcibly into contact with another.
2) a marked effect or influence.
For many photographers, making portraits that have impact is a skill developed after years of practice. Sadly, some photographers never figure out how, exactly, to add punch to their portraits. Learning some of the elements that define powerful imagery is a great place to start. Don't spend hundreds of hours analyzing your photographs trying to figure out what they are lacking. Instead, you can use some simple tips to help your photography reach the next level.
Want to know how I create portraits that carry a lot of power? Read my full article here.
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Who Is Andrew Faulk?
Tokyo photographer Andrew Faulk specializes in portrait, editorial, event, and commercial photography assignments. With over a decade of experience living and working in Asia, he works with individuals, families, publications, and corporations to create timeless images under any deadline. His work is frequently featured in a variety of international travel and lifestyle publications. He is a husband, father, and lover of fried food.