Creative Portrait Photography
Review Date : Thu, 12 Jul 2012
The title is a combination of a ‘how-to’ guide, behind the scenes exposé and showcase of some of the more creative portrait photographers currently plying their trade.
Author: Natalie Dybisz
Natalie Dybisz, under the moniker of Miss Aniela, has long been a pioneer in the arena of self-portraiture and the digital manipulation of said work, realising artistic visions in captivating photographic works. Latterly Dybisz has complemented her self-portraiture by turning the camera 180 degrees and realising her visions on other subjects, and it is a combination of the two disciplines that appear in Creative Portrait Photography.
The title is a combination of a ‘how-to' guide, behind the scenes exposé and showcase of some of the more creative portrait photographers currently plying their trade. It offers a fascinating insight into the thought process behind some of Dybisz's most popular images, whilst imparting practical advice on how you too can realise your creative vision. If you're tired of standard portraiture and want to try something new, or are simply intrigued as to the magic behind Dybisz's work, Creative Portrait Photography comes highly recommended.