Image of our fine art piece captured by our incredible lab partners, Guild Canvas Co.
Hey y’all, it’s Angelina from Elle Rosegold Studio! Today, I want to chat about the difference between portrait photography and fine art photography. Many people often use these terms interchangeably, but they actually have distinct differences that are important to understand.
Portrait photography is all about capturing a person’s likeness, personality, and emotions. It’s commonly used for family photos, senior portraits, and headshots. The focus is on the person and their features, with the goal of creating a beautiful and accurate representation of them.
On the other hand, fine art photography is more about creating a piece of art that goes beyond just capturing a person’s likeness. Fine art photography involves using unique techniques, creative angles, and artistic vision to create a photograph that is more than just a simple portrait. The goal is to create an image that is visually stunning and has emotional impact, evoking a feeling or mood in the viewer.
At Elle Rosegold Studio, we specialize in both portrait and fine art photography. We believe that every person has a unique story to tell, and we use our artistic vision and technical expertise to capture that story in a visually stunning way. Our fine art photography sessions are customized to each individual client, and we work with you to create a concept and style that perfectly captures your vision.
If you’re in the San Antonio, Texas area and looking for a photographer, we’d love to work with you! Whether you’re interested in a portrait session or a more creative fine art session, we can help bring your vision to life. Book a consultation with us here to learn more about our services and how we can create a beautiful piece of art that you’ll cherish for years to come.
Thanks for reading, and we can’t wait to hear from you soon!