Chris Collins Baby Portrait

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In Chris Collins’ photography of the baby, he uses side light. It’s clear that the camera placement is directly placed in front of the baby model and while the lighting is placed  on the side of the baby position. Due to the lighting position, it creates a low contrast on the photo. Since majority of the photo contain grey area. In this photo, Chris Collins’ set his camera to have the overall model of the baby to look sharp.  The camera angle is directly at an eye level of the baby position, allowing the baby eyes to make direct contact to the camera. Since the baby model is taking up most of the space in photo allowing to identify the figure and ground relationship.


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