Unit submissions and planned submissions by NYIP Student Bruce Warner for assignments by Unit
Group of People
The ranking order in this particular photo are from most experienced (forward) to least (rear). The was a shared benefit shoot, where I got the use of four models, and they are given the right to use all images in the development of their portfolios. Any other use is returned to me.
Shoot a portrait of a group of people. The people should be posing as a group –that is, they should have some relationship to one another (for example: a family group; a kindergarten class; a Little League team; a group of sales clerks; the winners in a beauty contest). Try to arrange the individuals in a pattern that gives the picture some visual interest. Avoid lining them up like soldiers.
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