Tips for choosing a photograph


-  The better the photo quality,  the better the portrait.  If the photo is blurry, I will probably not be able to see enough detail.  If you are unsure about the quality of the photo, email me a copy and I will let you know.

-  The closer the subject's face is, the better for a portrait.  The size of the original photo is unimportant as long as it is a good quality upload, I can enlarge the photo to show enough detail.

-  All original photos will be returned with the finished portrait, but copies are preferred.  The best option is to e-mail me a digital copy.

-  Please understand that,  if  I do not personally know the subject in the photograph,  I can only draw what I see.  Choose a photo that is as "true to life" as possible.  Is that their smile?  Do they look heavier/thinner in the photo?  Do they normally wear their hair that way?  The closer the person looks in the photo to "real life", the better the portrait will be.  

-  I am able to make some minor adjustments to the subject like weight reduction, age regression, clothing pattern, hairstyle, or other miscellaneous additions.  

Please contact me at ksward76@yahoo.com for any additional information you may need or any special requests you may have. 

 

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