Many of my portrait sessions lately have been extended ones, often aimed at producing a portrait album. These portrait sessions normally yield hundreds of good portraits, but only so many can go into an album.
Here's an idea for putting all of the good takes from such a session to use.
I will use my recent client E as an example. When we did the portraits for her boudoir album, we worked with two lighting styles. Around half of her portraits were low key and the other half mid key. We also made a few silhouettes.
Her silhouettes offer the perfect basis for a mosaic made from an array of these two sets of dark and light toned images.
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Mosaics like these make fascinating posters!