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Salem, OR 97302Salem, OR 97302

Eric John Photography is a boutique photography studio serving Salem and its surrounding areas. It specializes in portraiture, and its proficient team creates high-quality images that capture the natural personality of its clients. As a product-based studio, Eric John Photography offers physical prints, wall portraits, and albums. Its practicing artist, Eric, is a Fellow of Photography, was the past president of the Professional Photographers of Oregon, and is a certified instructor of the Professional Photographers of America.

Salem, OR 97302Salem, OR 97302

Website(503) 362-8899

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Q: Who are the most famous master portrait photographers?
A: In the early 1900s, Man Ray and Ansel Adams were two of the most famous portrait photographers, producing fine art images with famous and non-famous subjects. Today, Annie Leibovitz is one of the most recognized names in portrait photography.
Q: What are some examples of portrait photography techniques?
A: One useful trick when taking a portrait with artificial light is to diffuse your light source. Rather than have harsh spotlights on your sitter, reflect it off a nearby wall for a more natural effect. You can also try using gels, which can change the color of the light.
Q: Should props be included in a portrait?
A: Traditional portrait photography rarely includes props, though many photographers believe the right prop can add personality to the image. If you're going to use a prop, make sure it adds something meaningful to the photo or reveals something about your sitter.

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