Originally Posted by Fred Burton
That's a great photo.
But if you are going to compete professionally, it's going to take a lot of money. At the high end, that is. At the low end, I suspect grainy B&W portraits would not be what this demographic would be looking for. Think K-Mart Portrait "studio."
Yes, I agree...
At the "high-end", I am curious about digital negatives that can be used for platinum printing.
At the "low-end", I am thinking of available light indoors and/or outdoors. Typical poses and light treatment are the most obvious variables I am curious about at the moment.
Also, what film(s) would be better for portraits such as these?